Spring Term 2017

Burns' Celebrations

The whole school joined in at the ceilidh

An accordionist to play the reels   A lesson in reeling for a Junior School pupil

Two Burns’ Suppers were held in the Rectory on Saturday evening.  Years 9, 10 and 11 enjoyed theirs first and heard two of our Australian exchange students addressing the haggis after Hannah C- R gave the Selkirk Grace.  Then it was the turn of Years 12 and 13 who heard Mattie P address the haggis after being piped in by Angus McV. The Guardians, Esme Es and Pietro P gave the toast to and reply from the lassies.

Reels at the Burns' ceilidh   Reels at the Burns' ceilidh

Reels at the Burns' ceilidh   Reels at the Burns' ceilidh

After supper, the whole school went to the sports hall for a ceilidh which was enjoyed by everyone.

Reels at the Burns' ceilidh   Reels at the Burns' ceilidh   Reels at the Burns' ceilidh

Reels at the Burns' ceilidh   Reels at the Burns' ceilidh

 


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