Carbon workshop. Workshops with a focus on Climate change and renewable energies. Fun and interactive sessions that are complimentary to the national curriculum and relevant to the students’ everyday lives. As an integral part of the workshop your students will go on a guided tour of our Reed-Bed sewage system and see how our wood-pellet boilers, wind turbines and solar panels all work. Inspiring discussion of the pros and cons of energy efficiency.
Reed - Bed
Kingfisher Wildlife paddle.
An adventurous paddle on the tranquil and wildlife diverse Lough Erne canoe trail. Your students will
learn basic navigation skills while negotiating the maze of islands on the Upper Lough, learning about
and photographing the local biodiversity on the way.
Paddling around the islands
Fossil Hunt Lough Erne is rich with many different fossils. 330 million years ago Ireland was covered by a tropical sea.
When exploring the islands it is not uncommon to find various fossils on the shore line.
Why not come on a paddle and use your detective skills to search for preserved shells, corals and crinoids?
Camp + Bushcraft Ray Mears eat your heart out! Learn various wilderness skills, take a trip on the Lough Erne Canoe Trail
and spend a night in the Trannish Island Bothy.
Leave No Trace
The Leave No Trace programme is designed to help young people value the natural environment,
to understand the impact of their activities, and to enable them to make decisions to minise that impact
while still enjoying their activities with freedom. The programme is based around 7 Princilples: 1- Plan
Ahead & Prepare, 2- Be Considerate of Others, 3- Respect Farm Animals & Wildlife, 4- Travel and Camp
on Durable Ground, 5- Leave What you Find, 6- Dispose of Waste Properly, 7- Minimise the Effects of Fire
Learn the principles of leave no trace, take only photographs, leave only footprints.