The National Mod in Paisley

On Sunday the 13th of October Port Ellen Primary School Gaelic choir set off to their fun and exciting Mod in Paisley where they would compete against other choirs from different schools.

They stayed in a Premiere Inn and got their dinner, lunch and breakfast provided for them.

On Monday the 14th of of October they all set off for their competitions where they sang the Unison, Puirt-a-beul and two part harmony.

They did very well and they won all their competitions!!!!

That night they went to the concert where they sang their songs and it was recorded to go onto T.V.

In the morning they had to leave to go home . On the ferry they sang their songs as entertainment.

When they were going off the ferry the pipers piped them off.

By Emily and Jodie

My Dancing

When I was 5 I started highland dancing and I am still dancing now. My mum and dad even my little sister Natalie supports me very well, even if I don’t win any they always say to me I did my very best and I will get one next time and I am a winner to them. Eilidh and Katie dance with me too and they are great dancers and they support me and we support them. In 2008 I had entered Cowal games and at the end I got my results and I won the runner up trophy, I was jumping for joy when I found out. In 2009 I entered the Dunoon competition and I won the national trophy and I was incredibly pleased with myself and my dancing teacher that helped me with my dancing. I have loads of different medals from 1st to 5th and a mini shield for my dancing exams.I hope this year I will be very successful and I hope Eilidh and Katie will too.

Emily P5

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