Revise Clachan Celtic connections at the primary

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Clachan Primary is inviting the community back to school for an fun-filled week of Scottish culture.

While some activities are for pupils only, members of the community are invited to Crochet and Chat on Wednesday from 1.30 to 3.00pm  and the Clachan Primary Ceilidh on Friday from 2.00 to 3.00pm.

Parents with pre-schoolers will be welcome at Gaelic Bookbug on Thursday from 10.00 to 10.30am for Gaelic songs and stories.

The special activities week, January 22 – 26, gets off to a right royal start with a whole-school day out to hear Lahira and RURA at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.

During the week-long programme of events, pupils will also be treated to highland dancing, baking with porridge, thistle craft, stories, songs, bagpipe, drumming and tin whistle music, Burns’ day fun, art, and of course, traditional Scottish food.