You can  explore the different elements that make up a song, play or clap along with the music and make then listen back to your own version of songs.

Thinking of learning an instrument next year?

Take a look at this:

Whistle-Stop Tour of an Orchestra.

You can cee and hear the instruments played by the musicians of the BBC Philharmonic from their own homes!

Which instrument is your favourite?

This is a fabulously catchy and fun song ‘A Certain Kind of Imagination’. You will learn some fascinating facts about scientific and industrial developments within Greater Manchester.

Why not try to find out a little bit more about these ground-breaking innovatations and how they are still vital to our everyday lives.

Share your discoveries with your class teacher!

Be an explorer!

This song is packed full of dinosaur facts and information.Can you find some facts?Clue….The song is divided into sections called verse and chorus. Verses tell the story and have facts hidden in them?Can you share the information you discover with your class teacher?

This is a St Bernadette’s  favourite.       It’s ‘Please Miss!’


Our Choir currently rehearse every Tuesday at 3.30pm – 4.30pm.

The School Choir’s debut performance of the school year was at the Junior Christmas Concert in December.

We also sang at Morrisons in Whitefield and for our local St Vincent de Paul Christmas mince pie and sherry afternoon.

The School celebrated their 50th birthday in great style in the summer of 2018.  The School Choir, The Scratch Orchestra, the Staff and Friends of St Bernadettes Choir performed songs from 50 years of music.  Music from 1960 to present day.  Here are a few clips of the show.  Hope you enjoy!