Learn about Scotland and celebrate Scottish history, geography, politics, culture, traditions, literature and people….
                  St Andrew’s Day – 30th November  Patron Saint of Scotland
                  Burn’s Night – 25th January   Rabbie Burns - National Poet of Scotland

       Click on the picture above to see the presentation: 


    1.   Paper Weaving Templates
    2.   Older kids Geometric Tartan

What Next?
     Name your Tartan – McGarcia, McCarrion, etc…
         Laminate your tartan to use as Placemats or Bookmarks.
         With younger children use it as a beautiful background to mount simple craft projects.

§  Plasticine Loch Ness Monster ‘Nessie’ - register with Pinterest for ideas
§  Paper plate Nessie – register with Pinterest for ideas
§  Paper plate Highland Cow (coo)
§  Footprint Unicorn (national animal of Scotland – features on our coat of Arms)
     Design your own Coat of Arms and mount it on your tartan.
o   Templates available on Pinterest

·      With older children, use your tartan to display project work:

o   Scottish Inventors
o   Scottish Wildlife

o   Scottish Literature
§  Robert Burns(1759-1796) – National Poet
§  Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) – Treasure Island, Kidnapped, Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde
§  Julia Donaldson – The Gruffalo, etc…
§  JK Rowling – Harry Potter

o   A comparison study between Spain and Scotland

o   Scottish History, eg. ‘The Highland Clearances’

o   Scottish Mythology eg. ‘The Loch Ness Monster’


 You Tube – Robbie Shepherd
    Strip The Willow  
   The Dashing White Sergeant

 Music – The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra

UP HELLY AA Fire Festival

Resultado de imagen de up helly aa fire festival

1st Year of Bachillerato students will enjoy this amazing festival held in Scotland at the end of January. Here is the planning designed by Vanesa Maestro.

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