Robert Burns was a famous Scottish poet in the 18th century.
And each year on 25 January Scottish people all around the world celebrate his birthday - called Burns Night.
Here's how Press Packer Kris celebrates this special day.
"In my school we
have a Scottish poetry
Each class learns
a poem and then says it in
front of the whole school.
This has been a tradition
since I was little.
I have won
it twice and I have taken part
in every competition.
One sheep's stomach
Sheep lungs and heart
Salt and pepper
But it is so
This year my
class gets to do a Burns
There are speeches and we have a meal.
On Burns Night I have a meal with my family of haggis,
neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes).
I like the taste of haggis but my little sister doesn't like eating it!
I think it's a good idea celebrating Burns Night as I think it's important to remember one of our famous poets."
Kris, 11, North Lanarkshire
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