ST SERF'S Primary School has held another successful Burns Supper for the fifth year running.

The event took place on the evening of Wednesday, January 23, and was attended by the P5s, their family, staff and a few special guests.

Aaron Kirkwood, one of the school's principals, told the Advertiser: "It was our Primary 5s who organised it, and they were responsible for everything like the entertainment, the dances and serving the food.

"We followed the traditional Burns format, so there was a piper piping in the haggis and some pupils, then the address to the haggis."

Guests were then treated to a three-course meal of cock-a-leekie soup, haggis, neeps and tatties, and some shortbread to finish.

There was also live music – giving the youngsters a chance to dance away – with plenty of Burns themed entertainment for those who attended.

Aaron added: "We call the musicians Jim Clelland and the band, and they've performed for us every year for the past five years.

"We also had some really good community links this year, because we had five members of the Tullibody Community Development Trust come along.

"They also lent us all the tables for the event and we're really grateful for that."

When asked about the attendance and atmosphere on the night, Aaron said: "Around 130 people attended.

"We all had a really good time, and the pupils had a fantastic night, and hopefully it's something they will all remember for a long time."