ON completion of the production of their video 'My Heritage My Voice' which was facilitated by SELB Youth service and the lottery funded Intercultural Heritage Project, students from St Patrick's College Dungannon enjoyed a fun filled activity day at Todds Leap, Ballygawley.
The students took part in activities such as JCB digger challenge where they attempted to master the controls of this machine and move mounds of earth; Off Road Land rover driving which allowed some of the students to drive a vehicle for the first time; Archery which allowed them to test their strength and accuracy and the Supper Slide standing at over 100ft and one of Europe's largest inflatable slides certainly got the adrenaline pumping.
They completed their day's activities with a V8 Safari where the students were harnessed into a land rover and driven at speed around some of the off road tracks, this was a real rollercoaster and thoroughly enjoyed by all.
The students, who hope to launch their video on Feb 23rd, reported that this was the best school trip they had ever been on. Photographs of the fun filled day can be viewed on the Intercultural website www.stpatrickscollegeihp.com