On the 2nd of April this year, the 5th and 6th class pupils went on a trip to Monaghan, to an activity centre called Tanagh. We went to meet up with children from a school in Belfast. Before the trip, we were sending messages to them on the internet as part of the Dissolving Boundaries project. When we were in Tanagh we did lots of activities like canoeing, archery, obstacle course and we went for a night walk in the woods! There was even a games room with a ping pong table and a small pool table. We were split into two groups, the first day, group number one did the watersports (canoeing and the slippery slope) the first day, and group number two did the activities on land (the obstacle course, rock climbing and archery). We stayed over night and the next day the groups swapped over and did the other activities! We all had great fun!