Many of us sing Auld Lang Syne by Robert Burns as part of our New Year's Eve celebrations, but there's not many of us who can recite it all - so here's the full version ready to print! Auld Lang Syne means "times long past" and is also used to symbolise new beginnings at other events and occasions throughout the year.
Auld Lang Syne
I think it is clear from the etching we have used for this poster that Robert Burns was a very handsome man by today's standards - and he was certainly regarded as one in his day too!
Can the children use our Robert Burns timeline to fill in the important events in the life of the Scottish poet? For example, when was he born, and when did he write Auld Lang Syne?