A MUSIC teacher hit all the right notes yesterday as she passed NINE music exams on different instruments.

Estelle Jackson, a visiting teacher at Queen's College in Taunton, created a new world record at the school yesterday (Friday, June 25).

And in the process, she raised more than £1,300 for the Sidney Lawson Music Trust and Stand Against Violence.

READ MORE: Taunton music teacher sitting NINE exams on NINE different instruments on same day

She learned last night that she had passed all nine exams that she took on the same day - a feat which has never been achieved before.

Mrs Jackson said: "These results are beyond my wildest dreams, and I'm so grateful to my family, friends and colleagues for their unstinting support.

"I'm perhaps proudest of my Grade 7 Piano pass - I'm not a natural pianist and had to work extremely hard for every mark I was awarded."

Her grades were as follows:

  • Initial Trumpet, Distinction (95)
  • Grade 1 Guitar, Merit (85)
  • Grade 2 Trombone, Distinction (90)
  • Grade 3 Cello, Distinction (89)
  • Grade 4 Xylophone, Distinction (87)
  • Grade 5 Singing, Distinction (88)
  • Grade 6 Bassoon, Merit (76)
  • Grade 7 Piano, Pass (72)
  • Grade 8 Saxophone, Merit (83)

You can still sponsor Mrs Jackson, by visiting justgiving.com/crowdfunding/one-mad-muso.