On Friday 26th of January Port Ellen primary school had our 10th anniversary Burns Celidh. We had loads of people from the community coming to join us and we all had great fun. We had all learned different Scots poems for the poetry competition and the judges came in to hear us read them before we all went to lunch. At lunch the Primary 7s said their poem, Address to the Haggis over the haggis and Lauren got to cut the haggis open. After lunch we went to the hall to celebrate with our family and friends. We did lots of Scottish Country dancing; my favourite was the Virginia reel. We also heard people play their musical instruments; Rowan and Rebecca did a duet on the accordian and tin whistle. All the winners of the poems read them out: P1 was Rachael, P2 was Chloe, P3 was Mya, P4 was Kayla, P5 was Dearbhla, P6 was Aidan and P7 was Rowan. We all had a great time and enjoyed tea and shortbread made by Mrs Holyoke afterwards. Thanks to everyone who came along.
Listen to two of our poems below: