On Monday and Tuesday, 19th and 20th of June children from third to sixth class travelled to the Cloncannon Biofarm . Cloncannon Biofarm was an ideal location for engaging students in the Geography, Science and History curriculum. The children engaged in lots of fun learning activities, for example, native tree trail, hedgerow food chains and food web, pond dipping and mini beast studies, wildlife gardening, seed dispersal. learning about the ringfort etc. These activities involved the students exploring, investigating and constructing their own understanding of the natural world. A highlight of the tour was running around an open space with the pigs. A huge thanks to Sean and Nessa for making the tour one they will never forget!