YOUNG rockstars may have been unearthed at Studley Green and Southwick Primary Schools after they impressed a band with their musical contributions.

Rocktopus, a rock band for children and families, had two 30 minute sessions with both schools and together they came up with songs based on cake and chicken nuggets, respectively.

After asking the children about how the song should sound and what words should be used, they came up with something they were all proud of.

Singer Andy Hawkings said: "I was so impressed by their creativity and enthusiasm. It was great to work with them and on Saturday we will use their contributions for our live performance.

"The children did so much of it. They chose what themes they would like, the key words and a lot more.

"We’re encouraging the children to come and help us sing them at the show by coming up to the front of the stage."

Studley Green Headteacher, Sarah Garbutt, added: "The children loved it. It was a great opportunity for them to see music being performed live and created right before their eyes.

"A Year 1 child said 'It was amazing. I could listen to it all day."

The songs are now on the Rocktopus' SoundCloud page. The concert is at Trowbridge Civic Centre at 2pm for £4 each or £14 per family, two adults and two children.