Godolphin and Latymer’s first ever Burns Night Supper took place on Thursday 1 February, celebrating the life and works of Scotland’s famous bard, Robert Burns.
Parents were welcomed, in true Scottish tradition, by a bagpiper in reception and piped into the Hall to begin the evening. It was a great event, with a two course Scottish-inspired menu and of course, the full parade of the Haggis behind the piper amongst the guests which culminated in a dramatic Address to the Haggis. A tipple of whisky later, everyone was ready to challenge themselves to the Ceilidh. An enthusiastic effort and a lot of fun was had by all.
This event was in support of our Annual Giving Programme – more information can be found here.