Weel duin tae Newhill Primary School wha hae bin nominatit in Scots School o the Year sponsored by Itchy Coo and Black and White Publishing in the Scots Language Awards. Vote now!
The Scots Language Awards are in the Gardyne Theatre, Dundee on 24th September at 7pm. Tickets for the ceremony are available to buy here: https://dundeeboxoffice.co.uk. If you cannae make it you can hae a swatch o it online. You can a buy an online ticket here for that.
We askit Lynne Stephens o Newhill Primary School thae speirins.
Tell us aboot yersel or yer ootfit.
We are a nursery and primary school based in Blairgowrie, Perthshire with over 500 pupils.
Whit wis it got ye involvit wi the Scots leid?
Being part of a literacy group and being inspired by another teacher who has a passion for Scots Language. I felt we could make so much more of our Scottish heritage than we were presently doing.
Ony particlar career heighlichts
Seeing the pupils engaging with Scots Language, using words in their everyday language and enjoying learning new Scots vocabulary.
Wha’s yer plans fir the days aheid?
We have an upgrade to our Scots Language plan to involve more songs, rhymes, stories and vocabulary.
The Scots Language Awards are in the Gardyne Theatre, Dundee on 24th September at 7pm. Tickets are available to buy here: https://dundeeboxoffice.co.uk Performing on Saturday 24th September include Bruce Fummey, Hamish Macdonald, Beth Malcome and Robyn Stapleton.
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