Pupils at St Patrick’s Primary School in Kilsyth had a thirst to learn about all things Scottish.
The school pulled out all the stops in the lead up to Burns Day by holding a Scottish week.
Each class looked at Scotland in different areas such as art, drama, music and language.
They also learned about Scottish cooking and butcher Paul Conway prepared a haggis for the children.
The week ended with a special show where the kids got to show off what they learned.
For more pictures from schools around the area celebrating Burns Day, see this week’s Cumbernauld News or Kilsyth Chronicle dated Wednesday, January 30.