PUPILS joined forces with hundreds of other young voices to fill the Manchester Evening News Arena with music.
Years 5 and 6 from Scout Road Academy practised a series of songs for the annual Young Voices concert.
The event has run for 15 years.
In the afternoon the huge arena is half-filled with young singers before friends and family are welcomed into their seats for an awe-inspiring evening concert.
It is the second year the school has taken part.
Class teacher Gillian Walmsley taught her 26 students tunes, including a Queen medley.
On the day they were joined by Britain’s Got Talent star Connie Talbot, High Kings and Randolph – a hip-hop star.
Mrs Walmsley said: “It was fantastic.
“The reaction and amazement of the students when they see the arena they’ll be performing in is brilliant.”
“They were brilliant. I was very proud,” she said.
This year the group wore T-shirts sponsored by Craggs Energy, Cragg Storage, The Craggs, Space and The Ark, all based in Mytholmroyd.
They also had a second performance at school after the big day.