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Happy Burns Day

Happy Burns Day everybody!

Today is Robert Burns birthday, traditionally some people in Scotland celebrate by having a Burns supper which is a celebration of the life & poetry of Robert Burns!

Mrs McPhee is having a Burns supper for dinner tonight,  we are having Haggis, neeps  & tatties! Who knows what “neeps & tatties” are? We are also having some Irn Bru which is also Scottish!

Is anyone else having haggis for dinner or wearing tartan today?

Scotland theme

Hello everybody!

Mrs Caldwell & Mrs McKinlay were continuing our Scottish theme today in the centre. We have been learning about Scotland as it is Burns Day on Monday 25th January.

Do you know who Robert Burns is? Follow this link below to find out

http://static.visitscotland.com/pdf/rabbie-for-kids.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3IhVrKPmZ8SnewFlwDme52TljfyFlXerVqr7NlgOlYNWbn92DpEynuiJA

The children were introduced to tartan and used cars & paint to create their own tartan patterns. Maybe you could try making tartan at home or maybe you have a piece of tartan clothing/scarf/ribbon that you could wear.

Please send us a picture to Mrs McPhee

laura.mcphee@eastayrshire.org.uk

 

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Happy New Year from all of us at Crosshouse ECC.

Welcome to our new blog.

We will be posting activity ideas and helpful information to help whilst at home during this time.

We would like to know what your favourite  
present from Santa was?

Can you draw a picture of this and email it to Mrs McWhinnie.

karen.mcwhinnie@eastayrshire.org.uk

Thank you and we look forward to seeing them. 😃

Outdoors

Hello!

With us all being at home a lot more,  it is a great time to wrap up and explore the outdoors.

Love Outdoor Learning Ltd have compiled a list of lots of outdoor activities we can do.

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