Friday, 25 January 2008

Burn's Day


The children in L5 are participating in a 'Burns Day' to celebrate one of Scotland's famous poets, Robert Burns. Until we can view the reports from the children about their Scottish Day, why not find out about Robert Burns by clicking on the links below:


Robert Burns - poems & information










5 comments:

Anna said...

I think that it is good to do Burn's Day to celebrate Robert Burns as a poet and I hope that we can soon see the poems that they have been reciting.

Olivia,Dundee said...

From being in p5 I really enjoyed the experience to learn about Burns and I hope this year have enjoyed it too just as much. I can't wait to hear their poems and what all they got up to.

stephanie b. said...

go on Mark you can do it, Jude Paris used to teach you. She says hi and she says hopes you are feeling better after the car crash, the stolen wallet and the broken bike.You have not got long until you get home.But I bet your mother is dieing to see you back in her arms again.

Anonymous said...

There is a Burns song that I just can't get out of my head. It's called "Charlie is My Darling" and I can't stop singing it.
Findlay L7

Emily L7 said...

Well done L5 keep learning those poems cant wait to here them. I hope you enjoyed the Burns supper. When I was in L5 I was a scottish highland dancer. Keep going!!