Fernhill pupils bring Burns poetry to life
Primary and nursery children at Fernhill School donned their tartan to celebrate the Auld Bard, Rabbie Burns recently.
The day kicked off with ceilidh dance in the hall, followed by a display of Scottish talent and was rounded off with a feast of traditional Scottish fayre, including Scottish water, Irn Bru and shortbread.
A great time was had by all and the showcase of Burns poetry and Scottish songs was outstanding.
Teacher Mrs Gallacher said: “To see the children recite old Scottish poems and songs in full dialect was fantastic and gave us a wonderful platform on which to look at our auld Scots history and language. Primary seven wrote, produced and enacted their own version of the life and works of Robert Burns which was outstanding and really brought life and true meaning to the celebration.”
All together Primary two pupils Miriam, James and Isla sing Auld Lang Syne at the Fernhill Burns day celebrations
Tartan army Lucas and Shaun of the primary three class at the Fernhill Burns Day celebrations
Wedding day Primary seven pupils Ben, Lucy and Millie re-enect Rabbie Burns wedding
Burn out Fernhill school primary children celebrate Burns day