Transition Year students spent three days in Killery Harbour working towards their Gaisce President’s Award and enjoying the great outdoors and the natural beauty of the countryside.
They had a 35 km hiking adventure in glorious sunshine. This was the culmination of their 26 week Gaisce project which involved physical recreation, the development of a personal skill and they also had to complete one hour of community work each week for the duration. They will be presented with a Gaisce Award at their Graduation Ceremony which will be held at the end of May.
Fifth year students also went on a trip to the Aillwee Caves of Co. Clare to carry out an underground study as part of their investigation project for Leaving Certificate Geography.