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St Andrews Day

St Andrews Day

Every year on the 30th of November, St Andrews Day is celebrated in Scotland. It is a day to remember Saint Andrew, the Patron Saint of Scotland. For Scots all over the world, it is a day to celebrate their Scottish heritage and take pride in their national identity. There are many different ways to celebrate St Andrews Day. In Scotland, the day is often marked with traditional Scottish music and dance. Bagpipes are particularly popular on this day! Other common traditions include eating Scottish food such as haggis, shortbread, and whisky. For many Scots, St Andrews Day is also a time to reflect on the important role that Scotland has played in the world. From its stunning landscapes to its rich history and culture, Scotland is a country that has much to offer. Why not use the activities below to mark this wonderful day in your care setting!

Activity Ideas:

  • Print out and enjoy our Scotland activity book – here
  • Print out and enjoy our St. Andrew’s Activity Pack- here
  • Get creative with out tartan design activity – here