Our Lady of Peace Primary School warmed up for the summer holidays on a class trip to Paradise Island Adventure Golf in Soar at intu Braehead on Wednesday 22nd June.
The Linwood primary school’s P6/7 class was selected as the winner of a competition aimed at encouraging creativity amongst pupils.
Paradise Island Adventure Golf launched the initiative to offer schools the chance to swing into summer with an end of term class trip to the mini-golf leisure destination.
Entrants were invited to create a piece of artwork of a paradise island or write a story about a paradise island and pupils from Our Lady of Peace Primary School impressed judges with their artwork of paradise islands.
Louise McGill, P6/7 class teacher, said: “The pupils had a wonderful time designing their entries for the Paradise Island Adventure Golf schools competition. We were so pleased to win an end of term class trip to Paradise Island Adventure Golf in Braehead. The class had a fantastic time and it was a great way to finish the term before summer.”
Set amidst a tropical island paradise, the adventure offers the ultimate mini-golf experience with two bespoke 18-hole golf courses surrounded by exotic wildlife and magnificent stone carvings and statues.
The Tiki Hut Trail voyage is full of twists and turns, designed to send the ball and player on a rollercoaster ride, while Maggie McCaw’s Challenge expedition offers more adventurous players the chance to test their skills through a maze of obstacles and uneven terrain.
Craig Nichol, Marketing Manager at Paradise Island Adventure Golf, said: “We had a fantastic response to our schools competition and Our Lady of Peace Primary School’s entry was excellent. The initiative aimed to inspire creativity and provided schools with the chance to win a fun outing to reward pupils for their hard work during the year. It was great to see the class having a ball on the island before the summer holidays.”
For further information or booking enquiries, please visit www.paradiseislandgolf.com