Last weekend many of our Year 13 pupils travelling to Ireland for the school's annual trip to Dublin.
Now a legendary part of our Sixth Form programme, the weekend is packed full of as much history and culture as we can cram in!
Famous fish and chips from Leo Burdock's; a traditional Irish breakfast from O'Neill's; a guided tour of Dublin Castle; Trinity University and The Book of Kells; the Statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square; the world famous Guinness Storehouse followed by a horse and cart ride through the city - the students walked miles and ate heartily.
There was even still free time for shopping and personal exploration of the delights of this vibrant and beautiful city. A great time was had by all and the students were a credit to the school as always.