GRANDPARENTS went back to school for the day for a super Scottish celebration.

A ceilidh concert had everyone on their feet at Kilmacolm Primary.

The event finished off with Auld Lang Syne before everyone tucked into home-made dumpling, shortbread and tablet.

Wendy McKeegan, who teaches the primary one class, said: "Pupils have been learning all about Scotland, different cities, landmarks, different foods and even the Loch Ness Monster.

"They've also been learning Scots language.

"It was lovely to see all the grandparents to join in."

Lots of grandparents, some donning kilts, joined in.

Reverend Fraser Donaldson, associate pastor Paul Martin and Andrew McAlees from Hope Community Church attended the event too.

As well as running religious activities the group also helped with Scottish singing and music.

There were some very special guests who came along to see Blair Taylor, five, perform.

Blair's great-great grandparents Nora and Allan McLeod, aged 94 and 97, were delighted to be there.

The couple who live in Gourock have been married for 74 years.

Nora, who is originally from the Isle of Wight, said: "It was super.

"The children were great."

Also in the audience were Blair's grandfather Allan O'Brien, 49, and his gran Pauline O'Brien, 47, along with his other gran Marjory Taylor, 82.

Blair's great-great auntie Margaret Kay was there too with husband Billy to see their grandson Oliver Atkinson, who is in the same class.

Teacher Ms McKeegan said: "We had a great turnout with more than 50 grandparents along."