80 Year 11 students attended a Geographical trip to the Marble Arch Caves in Fermanagh on the 1st and 7th June.
The trip proved to be both educational and enjoyable. The pupils took a boat journey through the only cave system in Northern Ireland, admiring the wonderful formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
The pupils also took a walk through the Cladagh Glen, which passes under the Marble Arch. The steeply sided glen is one of the last surviving areas of ancient damp ash woodland in Ireland.