The pupils of Hallside Primary in Cambuslang were hitting all the right notes for Christmas.
For they have recorded and sold a charity Christmas CD.
The idea was the brainchild of Robert Bamford, acting depute head of the school.
And the children put their heart and soul into the project, which has helped to raise money for the Salvation Army Christmas appeal
Robert said: “It’s been an idea I’ve had for a while. I thought it would be a great way to raise some money for a great cause, it would be brilliant fun to do and it would be a great memento for the pupils to keep.
“I recorded and edited all 554 pupils singing and then we had the CD and sleeve professionally produced, so it really looks like something you’d buy from a record shop. The pupils are delighted.”
The CD features two songs, Jingle Bells and Deck the Halls.
Jingle Bells features the pupils who play brass and string instruments: Jack McKenna, Kara Dakin, Anais Sneddon, Adam Welsh, Katie Hughes, Rhys Burgoyne, Clair White, Rebecca Mason, Angus Ross, Courtney McKillop, Paul Sime, Sophie Crichton and Elidh McEwan.
There was also a solo singer from each year group. They were Frankie Andrews (P1), Brooke Sime (P2), Kyle Beattie (P3), Rachel Robson (P4), Cara Bustard (P5), Kyle Maxwell (P6) and Yasmin Chauhdry (P7).
The pupil council decided that they would send their profits from the CD to the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal, which helps homeless people and families with very little to have a something special at Christmas.
The school also added the collection from their recent Christmas Service and have sent the Salvation Army a cheque for £572.72.
The CD cover was designed by P3 pupil Ellie Stewart, who won a competition open to the whole school.