Experiencing traditional Scottish culture

Burns supper: Maisondieu Nursery and P1 class enjoyed experiencing some traditional Scottish culture at the end of January. They had their very own Burns supper, danced to Scottish music, listened to Scottish stories and enjoyed listening to a Scottish piper. P3 children enjoyed serving out the haggis, neeps and tatties and took on the roles of waiters and waitresses as they served the traditional meal to the nursery and Primary one boys and girls.

Burns supper: Maisondieu Nursery and P1 class enjoyed experiencing some traditional Scottish culture at the end of January. They had their very own Burns supper, danced to Scottish music, listened to Scottish stories and enjoyed listening to a Scottish piper. P3 children enjoyed serving out the haggis, neeps and tatties and took on the roles of waiters and waitresses as they served the traditional meal to the nursery and Primary one boys and girls.

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Maisondieu Nursery and P1 class enjoyed experiencing some traditional Scottish culture at the end of January.

They had their very own Burns supper, danced to Scottish music, listened to Scottish stories and enjoyed listening to a Scottish piper.

P3 children enjoyed serving out the haggis, neeps and tatties and took on the roles of waiters and waitresses as they served the traditional meal to the nursery and Primary one boys and girls.