Month: January 2016

P4A had a haggis feast!

The P4A love HAGGIS! We were delighted that James, Charlie’s Dad, came into to school yesterday to share his delicious haggis with us. We had our very own Burns Supper to celebrate the life and poetry of Robert Burns. James recited ‘Address to a Haggis’ and Charlie sang ‘Auld Lang Syne’. We had a brilliant time and nearly everyone had 3 portions of haggis- it was delicious! Thank you so much James and Charlie. 

P4A Trip

P4A enjoyed a very interesting trip to the National Records of Scotland. We learnt all about what records are held in the building and about Scottish symbols. We looked at flags, coins and some very old letters and documents. We hope you enjoy looking at the photographs of our trip. 

Ella P4A

Before the Christmas holidays Ella and her family came into school to tell us all about the Scandinavian celebration of St Lucy’s Day. Thank you, Ella! We really enjoyed hearing you sing and tasting the delicious ginger biscuits that you made.