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Dunoon Primary held its Annual Daffodil Tea on Thursday March 30th. Our Senior Citizens from the local community joined us for a wonderful afternoon of music, samba drumming, fiddle, chanter and singing from our choir and P4/5/6. The show was carefully presented by our terrific P7 pupils who had produced entertaining introductions for each act themselves.


First up was the choir with a medley of three songs including Yellow Submarine, Yellow Brick Road and the The Dark Island. This was followed by our wonderful dancers who entertained the audience with the ‘Sailors Hornpipe’, The Jig, Seann Triubhas and the Highland Fling. The fiddlers were up next playing very skilfully and tunefully followed by some chanter music. Ex Dunoon Primary pupils from Dunoon Grammar treated us to their musical talent with a medley of fiddle and piano tunes . Primary 4/5 have been learning about the USA and sang whole heartedly ‘This Land Is My Land’ followed by ‘Fifty Nifty United States’. The smiles on the faces of the pupils and the audience were a delight to see and it was certain the afternoon was a roaring success. The show finished with P6 on the Samba Drums. a very lively ending to a brilliant afternoon. The guests were treated to home baking and tea and coffee and the feedback from all was that it was a great performance with fantastic variety! Mrs Morag Macdonald Acting Head teacher thanked the pupils and staff for their hard work which enabled all pupils from the upper school classes to take part in this annual event in the School’s Calendar.

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