Year 8 enjoyed visiting the Marble Arch Geopark as part of their ‘My Local Environment’ unit in Geography. Pupils had a wide range of learning opportunities whilst out in the ‘field’. They had a go at foraging in the woodland at Killykeegan Nature Reserve and got to taste wood sorrel, hazelnuts and blackberries thanks to the expertise of our superb guide, Ross. They also learned about the fascinating rock art carved into the glacial erratics by Fermanagh’s ancient settlers. The highlight of the trip though, was descending underground to see the magnificent Marble Arch Caves. Pupils will now incorporate their experiences into their ‘My County’ project. Thank you to all the staff at the Geopark for making our visit so interesting.