Scots Sangs Fur Schools

Traditional and new Scots songs 
and tunes for use in Scottish schools

SANGS FUR STUDENT AND TEACHER

Hiya! Welcome. 

My name is Ewan McVicar. I made this site for Primary schools, but I have now reshaped it, and added songs, tunes and much more for Secondary school students. 


PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND 

STUDENTS AT HOME.

Hover your mouse over Wee to P3 above to select songs and tunes for nursery and up to 8 years


Hover your mouse over P4 to P7 above to selct for 9 to 12 years.  


BUT

A few favourite traditional Scots songs for you to try first are Fitba CrazyCoulter's Candy and Canny Shove Yer Grannie. For newer songs try Bananas Are The Best and Coorie Doon.


SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND 

STUDENTS AT HOME

Choose Secondary to select songs, tunes and much more.


Material is being added at present.


BUT

To start you off

A few favourite traditional and newer Scots songs and tunes for you to try are McPherson's Rant, The High Road To Linton, Caledonia, Binnorie, Winter SunScots Wha Hae, Sands Of Kuwait Set and Yellow On The Broom.





Ewan with his friend from the island of Bali Indonesia. 

Ewan asked a Scottish class for his name, they said 'Judy'. 

Ewan said 'But he's a boy!' 

They said 'Dougie'.  

So his name is Dougle.


This website has been developed to assist Scottish Primary school teachers and pupils find the Scots songs they need for project and thematic work. For P1-3 and Nursery, please select For Small People. Pupils themselves can select songs or tunes, and there is information on lyrics and accompanying movements for use by teachers. 

For P4 and up, there are songs and tunes with lyrics and information, there are resources for teachers. On the right are podcasts of favourite songs you can download and use.


There is a Glossary of Scots words here


Learn more about Performers and Makers of songs and tunes here


FREE BOOKS FOR TEACHERS

I have added on the resources for teachers page free PDF files of three books made for Scottish teachers and music specialists, of Song, Music and Language resources. Skelp [help] yourself.


Use the Contact Us option to contact me.


Much of the material on this website was created for the Education Scotland website called Scotland's Songs. That website was created in 2010, and killed off in 2017. However, thanks to the Wayback Machine you can still see and may be able to hear all the Scotland's Songs material HERE.