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School tour to Lough Key Forest Park


On Wednesday 30th of May, Sixth Class went on school tour to Lough Key forest park to do Bóda Borg.

Fifth Class Tour 2018

Fifth Class went surfing to Rossnowlagh beach and they also visited the hydro electric power station in Ballyshannon.
Fourth Class School Tour
This year Fourth Class went to the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh.
Third Class Tour
We all got on the bus and got to sit beside our friends.  It was good fun.  We arrived at Rossnowlagh Eco Park and Mr Britton’s brother Neal was there.  He told us about all the things we might find.  We went to the changing rooms and put on our wellies and old shoes.  When we came out we were split up into groups and give a net, buckets and an identification sheet.  Soon we were ready to go and we walked down to the beach and over the cliffs.  We separated into our groups and went to the rock pools, they were very slippy.  Our group found crabs, starfish, shrimps, sea  anemones  and other things.

After a while it was time to go back so we all walked to the changing rooms.  We put our shoes on and went out to the benches o have our lunch, teacher allowed us to have a treat with our lunch.

We had great fun playing football in the grass.  Shortly afterwards it was time to go to the cinema.  All the children got back on the bus and into the same seats.  We arrived at the cinema were we got popcorn and fizzy drinks.  The film we got to see was Sherlock Gnomes it was really good.

When the movie was over we all got back on the bus and headed back to school.  It was 2.50 p.m. when we arrived at school and for the last 10 minutes we got to play outside.  That was the end of our school tour.

By Elaina Dolan


Second Class Tour
Second Class went to Five  Star Fun in Grange and Sheepdog Trials.
First Class Tour

First Class went to Castle Adventure Farm in Ballyshannon.
Senior Infants
Senior Infants went to the playground and to the cinema in Bundoran.
Junior Infant Tour to Bundoran Beach
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