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The Burns Night Tcm4 509190
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The Burns Night Tcm4 509190

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How a school engages in an interdisciplinary Burns Supper and has curricular areas working together.

How a school engages in an interdisciplinary Burns Supper and has curricular areas working together.

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  • 1. The Burns Night RELEVANCE CHALLENGE ENJOYMENT PERSONALISATION
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  • 3. Using an enterprise to make connections in learning & community
    • PE: traditional dancing
    • English: Burns’ poetry
    • Music: Burns’ music, practice, performance
    • Modern Languages: Gaelic singing
    • Hospitality: planning, preparing and serving a traditional meal
    • Catering staff: H&S advice, guidance, supervision
    • Business Education: financial planning, sponsorship, fundraising
    • CDT: link to Burns’ Federation
    • BSM: risk assessment
    • Development Post holders: media & communications
    • Support staff: preparation of venue
  • 4. Support for the Enterprise
    • All foodstuffs were provided free of charge
    • by local businesses!
  • 5. Supporting future enterprises
    • The Burns’ Night raised £1400 in support of:
    • The World Challenge trip to Romania, June 2008 (16 pupils)
    • The World Youth Day trip to Sydney,
    • July 2008 (20 pupils)

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