Pupils at Birdwell Primary School warmed up for the summer holidays with a class trip to Paradise Island Adventure Golf in Sheffield’s Valley Centertainment.
Youngsters from class five were selected as the winner of a competition to create a piece of artwork or write a story about a paradise island.
Students swung into action and enjoyed putting around the two 18-hole bespoke golf courses set in a tropical island paradise theme.
They enjoyed adventuring around the Shell Bay and Caribbean Quay areas, which come complete with a maze of obstacles, sea caves, carvings and mystical jungle ruins.
Craig Nichol, marketing manager at Paradise Island Adventure Golf, said judges were wowed with the standard of hundreds of entries from talented pupils across South Yorkshire.
He added: “We had a fantastic response to our schools competition and Birdwell 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 bookings at Paradise Island Adventure Golf visit www.paradiseislandgolf.com