The second series of a “scripted reality” drama set in a Scottish high school is set appear on BBC iPlayer in the not too distant future – with one Cardross teenager returning in a starring role.

Honey Joseph plays Saskia in Logan High, which is commissioned by CBBC and follows the escapades of a group of pupils as they negotiate the highs and lows of teenage life.

After filming an initial 30 episodes for the first series, the 19-year-old, who has also recently featured in one of Snow Patrol’s music videos, joined up with the cast to film a further 30 episodes during the summer.

She told the Reporter: “Hopefully it is going to be going on iPlayer in November time, but they have not yet set a date for it.

“I have a TV and film agent and she put me up for the audition, which was a kind of workshopped audition because Logan High is like scripted reality. It’s mostly improvisation but they give us basic storylines and we act up on it.

“When you come on set and you’ve maybe got a sentence to go on, it requires quite a lot of rehearsal with who you are working with, but improvisation makes it more realistic, so to viewers it seems like a reality TV show, which is really cool.”

Playing dancer Saskia is natural territory for Honey, however, who has grown up performing routines and being inspired by the passion for dance of her own parents, who run Urbaniks Street Skool of Dance which has a successful crew choreographed by Honey.

A former world street dance champion, the teenager recently moved to London, where she will spend the next three years on the musical theatre diploma course, combining dancing, singing and acting, at the prestigious Urdang Academy.

But while she loves all three, a career in dance remains her more immediate goal.

She added: “I’ve danced my whole life but acting I didn’t do until I did a show in Edinburgh. I auditioned just to be a dancer but then I got given a role so I had to act and sing, which I was so nervous about, but I just ended up falling in love with it and now I study all three in London.”

“I’d love to dance for famous artists and go on tour with them. That would be what I’d like to do first and dance as much as possible.

“I’d like to possibly be on the west end and in musicals, but I’m still signed with my TV and film agent, so I’ll probably do TV and some films in between a lot of dance.”