As the delayed Euro 2020 championship gets under way, anticipation is building across the country as Scotland embarks on its first major tournament in 23 years.
Children and teenagers have never before experienced the thrill of watching their national team compete in a major finals, so it’s with excitement that we learn that some local schools will be allowing the kids to watch the game and celebrate a day of Scottish Culture.
And after such a challenging time during the past 15 months, with so much time at home and unable to see their friends during lockdown, some are now being given the opportunity to celebrate – or commiserate – with their classmates.
This is because many schools across Scotland are embracing the tournament and allowing their pupils to watch some of the games. Children are being encouraged to come into school in Scotland tops, bunting is being put up and lessons are being tailored to the tournament.
It’s our understanding High Blantyre Primary and St Blanes are participating in the support of our National Team. If you know of other local schools doing the same, please let us know and we’ll update the article. Thanks.
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