A WIDE range of poetry, from Wee Willie Winkie to Address To A Haggis by Robert Burns, was impressively recited by Lanark Primary pupils at the school’s annual Scottish Evening.
Pupils from P1 to P7 had previously learned the poems during a three-week school project, with the top three from each class performing the recitals in front of a crowd of over 200 parents and friends at Lanark Grammar.
Head teacher Margaret Scott said: “There was a fantastic atmosphere and those watching were very proud.”
Overall winner of the competition was P6 pupil Leah McDonald for her rendition of Nae Accoontin’ For Folk by Angus Glen.
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