Transition year students recently embarked on an engaging history trip to Dublin, immersing themselves in the city’s rich past. The day began with a captivating guided tour at the Little Museum of Dublin, where a knowledgeable guide, donned in attire from the 1800s, brought history to life. The interactive experience enthralled the students.

The journey continued to Glasnevin Cemetery, where the students could pay respects at the graves of historical figures such as Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera. The significance of these iconic figures added a profound layer to the student’s understanding of Ireland’s history.

Thanks to the dedication of the accompanying teachers, the day proved to be an enjoyable and educational outing for the students. Their guidance and support made this historical exploration a memorable and enriching experience for all involved.