Renfrew nursery pupils enjoy Scottish traditions at Burns Day celebrations

Youngsters at the 3 Bears Nursery celebrated the life and work of Robert Burns in style.

The children at the Renfrew nursery were treated to a lunch of haggis, neeps, and tatties as well as a bit of Scotland’s favourite beverage, Irn-Bru.

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And to finish it all off, a shortbread biscuit was had as the kids enjoyed learning all about the bard.

As well as their slap-up lunch, the kids took part in various activities, including the painting of Scottish flags and taking part in a dance to traditional Scottish songs.

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They read about Robert Burns and other Scottish favourites, such as Hamish the Hairy

Nursery worker Nicole told the Paisley Daily Express that the children “did a lot of activities and they had a lovely time”.

And don’t they just look smashing in their tartan tammy hats!

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