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Soon-to-be Oban High School pupils were treated to the ‘best two days of summer’ last week.
More than 150 youngsters attended Summer Sensations, which is two days of activities at Atlantis Leisure and Oban High School.
The entertainment involved football, shinty, rounders, rock climbing, baking, guitar, art, and tennis, to name a few activities.
The aim of the summer camp is to allow pupils to have fun and make friends before going to high school.
It is run with the help of a number of organisations: Active Schools, Atlantis Leisure, youth services, Oban Youth Cafe, sports development officers, Oban High School, and volunteer coaches/deliverers.
Speaking about this year’s event, a spokesperson said: ‘Summer Sensations has been amazing. The partners have worked really hard together to make it ‘the best two days of the summer’. It brings all pupils from the islands to outlying schools together to have fun and to form friendships before starting S1.’