The pupils in fourth, fifth and sixth classes went on a field trip to Carlow today. They visited the Browneshill Dolmen which dates back to 3000 BC. The pupils learned that the capstone is the oldest in Europe and weighs 150 tonnes. They enjoyed a picnic in Oak Park and had fun in the playground. After lunch, the pupils visited the Carlow County Museum. They enjoyed the many exhibits on display. It was fascinating to explore the many artifacts and exhibits. The pupils also visited Carlow Military Museum. The museum displays a wide variety of military artifacts and uniforms linked to County Carlow. It was really interesting. The field trip was a thoroughly enjoyable day out. Many thanks to the adults who helped out on the day.