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The middle aged singer, who attended St Clement's Primary School, said: "I hated school I was rubbish in lessons, especially maths. But I am here to show kids intelligence is not about passing exams.
After the concert Bernard Sumner said: "I came to the school and saw how amazing it was, and knew we had to play here.
"I was told by teachers that being good at poetry wouldn't get me far in a city like Salford. But that was wrong.
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Children in wheelchairs waved their arms and clapped, and other pupils and teachers did their best impressions of Peter Hook, or 'Hooky,' playing guitar. One of the world's most famous guitarists, Hook left the stage and mingled with the audience, even letting the children strum his instrument.
Lead vocalist Bernard Sumner, who hails from Lower Broughton, and bass guitarist Peter Hook, from Ordsall, played a one hour set of their most famous songs to the packed audience of youngsters and teachers.
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New Order's two Salfordians have proved they still have ties to the city in which they grew up. Hooky supported the bid for Salford Reds' new stadium, and campaigning for community radio.
"It's a tough city, tougher than when we were growing up, but there is room for creativity and there is a lot of it here in Salford."
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"No rock band this big had to do this they are amazing."
Headteacher Janis Trisca said: "It was absolutely fantastic it was a real rock concert. We still can't believe they came, and they are so nice.
"They worked really hard to make it something special for our children. This is something the children will never forget. It makes them feel important.
And father of four Bernard said their latest trip was every bit as important. He added: "We did this to give these kids some self esteem. It is not just a special school, it is a very special school."
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