To celebrate Burns’ Day, we did lots of activities. We learned lots of interesting facts about Robert Burns and listened to some of the songs he wrote during the day. Some of us hadn’t tried haggis before and tried it for the first time! We used colourful card to weave into tartan and created some thistles made from card and tissue paper. P4-7 played the tin whistle to ‘whistle in’ the haggis and we all recited ‘The Selkirk Grace’ and address to the haggis.
Dates for your DiaryMondays - After School Sports Club at the hall Tuesdays from 5th February - After School Weaving Club Wednesday 6th & 27th February & 20th March - Library Van Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th Feb - School Holiday Wednesday 20th Feb - School In Set Day Thursday 7th March - World Book Day Friday 15th March - Red Nose Day Mondays 18th, 25th March and 1st April - Kodaly singing Friday 5th April - School closes for the Easter Break Tuesday 23rd April - School re-opens for new term