Students perform a play they have written about different attitudes to the Scots language they have encountered. Matthew Fitt talks about their confidence in performing in Scots after their time at a series of Scots Scuil workshops. They also present a riddle poem, song and rap they have created. The students, families and teachers reflect on what the group has experienced. Some parents talk about their changed attitudes to Scots and how they will encourage their children to speak it.

This clip is from:
Scots Scuil
First broadcast:
24 January 2012

Students could put on their own Scots performance in the form of a song, poem or play. Did they enjoy the experience? Has it made them feel differently about the Scots language? Students could look up unknown Scottish words and add them to a display or word list each day.