Kirkcolm Primary School

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Rabbie Burns Birthday Part 2


This afternoon lads and lassies, maithers and fethers, grannies and grampas of Kirkcolm got back into the Scots spirit with their Burns’ showcase. 
Mrs Baillie explained how hard the boys and girls have been working at home to produce such creative artwork, beautifully neat handwriting scrips and well recited Scots poems. Mrs Mary Milroy had the difficult task on Thursday of judging the boys and girl on each of these categories and after much deliberation the winners were……

P1 – Harlow

P2 – Henry
P3 – Ross
P4 – Jessica
P5 – Lyle
P6 – Phoebe 
P7 – Danny

P1 – Orla

P2 – Ewan
P3 – Rory
P4 – Cameron
P5 – Ruby
P6 – Alistair 
P7 – Sally


1st – Orla
2nd – Harlow
3rd – Parker  
1st – Sally
2nd – Henry
3rd – James 
1st – Rory
2nd – Freddie
3rd – Ross 

1st – Paige
2nd – Rebecca
3rd – Callum/ Cameron
1st – Arran
2nd – Ruby 
3rd – Sophie 
1st – Ivan

3rd – Archie
1st –  Jack
2nd – Lydia
3rd –   Alfie 
Both classes performed their Scots songs The Three Craws (P1-4) and Daphne Cochrane (P5-7) before finishing off our afternoon of celebrations with the good old fashioned Auld Lang Syne 🎼
A well done to all of the boys and girls for taking part and all of the parents for their help and support at home! Luckily for you there will is more Scots language in store in P1-4’s Feis Rois performance on the 8th  of Feb 🙂

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