Grandtully Pupils Perform Their Own Scots Poetry

In celebration of Burns Night 2022, pupils from Grandtully Primary School wrote and performed their own Scots poems for Heartland FM.

P1 and P2 pupils wrote poetry with the theme of: “my piece”, while P3 to P7 pupils wrote their poems on birds.

If you missed it on air, you can hear all the performances again below! Congratulations to the talented pupils of Grandtully Primary!

First Group

Aofie Taylor – The Shoogly Woodpecker
Holly Calder – The Hoolet
Melissa Sorely – Too Cool to Play
Nathaniel Rowley – My Piece
Mila Wakefield – The Cheeky Blue Tit
Jacob McLoney – The Corvid with COVID

Second Group

Christopher Randell – The Blackee
Findlay Dempster – My Piece
Freddie Brocklehurst – The Woodpecker
Kyle Riley – The Birds Tale
Myiah Quinn – Golden Plume
Jillie-Ann Geerdink – Tottie Wren
Ailsa Marx – The Blathering Blue Tit

Third Group

Arthur Brocklehurst – My Piece
Ellie Stilding – The Wise Hoolit
Emily Tarus – The Red Robin
Iris Shadbolt – The Blackee
Nina Balland – The Woodpecker
Mirren Calder – My Piece

Fourth Group

Eva Rowly – The Blackee
Ewan Edgar – The Pheasant
Lily Wilson – My Piece
Oliver Geerdink – The Nosey Woodpecker
Natalia Wakefield – My Piece
Anna Rowly – The Blethering Blue Tit

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