Children perform a play they have written about different attitudes to Scots they have encountered. Matthew Fitt talks about their confidence in performing in Scots after their time at Scots Scuil. The children perform a riddle poem, song and rap they have created. The children, their tutors, families and teachers reflect on what the children have experienced at Scots Scuil. Some parents talk about their changed attitudes to Scots and how they will encourage their children to speak it.
This clip could be used in class to demonstrate effective performance, clear speech and how performance can improve confidence. It can also be used to demonstrate how a powerful performance can have elements of humour whilst including a moral message. Discuss how attitudes to using Scots language have changed after the performance.