An educational trip to Dudhwa National Park

Educational tours are about imparting learning to provide a good base of actual hands-on experience. School organised an educational camp for the students of classes IV and V from 27th November to 30th November 2019. Twenty children and two teachers participated in the National Environment Science Camp at Dudhwa National Park which enliven and enrich the study of EVS and arouse concern and care for the environment, wildlife and their habitat.

All the activities in the camp were organized group wise. The team spirit, camaraderie and will to win was intense. The activities and games blended knowledge with fun and entertainment. Hygienic, wholesome and nutritious food was served everyday to the children. Nature walks, safari and cultural performances made the camp an event to be cherished for a lifetime.

Each and everybody had a great experience and enjoyed the campsite fully.

An Educational Trip to India Gate by students of Nursery
An Educational Trip to Nandan Van by students of Kindergarten
An Educational Trip to Children's Park by students of Nursery D
An educational trip to ISRO
Experiential Learning Trip to Satish Dhawan Space Centre
SHAR ( Sriharikota Range) ISRO Facility
Date : 2.10.19 to 5.10.19

Sixteen students of classes XI and XII recently had the unique opportunity of going on an experiential learning trip to Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota as part of the World Space Week (4th – 10th October, 2019). The students were accompanied by Ms. Samira Gulati, Dean Academics and Ms. Lipi Goswami, HoD, Science. The group visited the facility on 4th  October,2019. The tour started with the Space Museum, where they beheld models of numerous SLVs, dioramas and timelines of the Indian space programme. They also had the once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity of sitting in the Mission Control Centre and getting a sneak peek into what goes on behind the scenes on a launch day. The highlight of the day, however, was counting down for the launch of a weather-monitoring satellite near the Gas Cylinder Testing Facility. The day was definitely a great learning experience for the students and teachers, alike. 

The group also enjoyed a sojourn in Pondicherry, Mahabalipuram and Chennai. They witnessed a surreal sunrise at Rocky Beach, followed by an educative walk on the streets of Pondicherry, visiting the Aurobindo Ashram and marvelling at French architecture. The stopover in Mahabalipuram included a visit to the Shore Temple, Krishna’s Butterball and Descent of the Ganges. The group was enlightened about the wonders of ancient Indian architecture, powerful dynasties such as those of the Pandavas and the Cholas, mythology and even about the gravity-defying structure of the ‘Butterball’. The final day in Chennai proved to be a time of relaxation and unwinding with a visit to the surreal Marina Beach and a breathtaking view from the nearby Lighthouse, followed by a short visit to T. Nagar.

The entire trip proved to be an exciting and educative learning experience for the students for which they thanked Ms Mallika Preman, Principal , for this wonderful opportunity.

An educational trip to Agra
An Educational Trip to Rail Museum by students of Nursery
A trip to Mukteshwar
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An educational trip to Lodhi Gardens by students of class Nursery
A Trip to NASA

An educational trip to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), United States of America was organised by the school during the summer vacations between 21 and 30 May 2019. A group of 10 students along with their teacher escort, Ms. Kavita Bhatia and Ms. Vaishali Wadhawan formed the team.

The tour aimed at attending a three day camp at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Children were curious to explore the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and learn various facts about the gigantic universe.

Activities conducted at the Astronaut Training Experience (ATX) centre trained students necessary skills that an astronaut should have. They had a lifetime experience of visiting the Kennedy Space Centre Visitors Complex where they saw real rockets in the rocket garden and real space shuttles which had travelled to the moon and the red planet Mars for the first time. The students were also briefed about the team work and close coordination between the ground-based and space -based personnel to ensure the success of a mission undertaken.

A tour around the city of New York to see the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Twin Towers, the Central Park and the Time Square was enthralling. A visit to the Rockefeller Centre, Brooklyn Bridge and other famous landmarks of New York kept the team mesmerised. An experience of having a 360 degree aerial view of the New York City from the 102nd  floor of One World Observatory was an experience of its kind. The visit to the Cocoa  Beach and Walmart  were replete with loads of fun.

The visiting team also had a wonderful experience of the spectacular fireworks behind the Cinderella Castle, the enchantment of being at the Wizardly World of Harry Potter. A fun filled and an adventurous day spent at Disney Land Magic Kingdom was indeed magical. Here the children enjoyed various Disney shows and programs and many exciting adventure rides. The Maid of Mist cruise experience at the Niagara Fall was a breath taking experience. A visit to the Universal Studio also kept the students enthralled.

The trip to USA was indeed a memorable and learning experience that would be cherished throughout.

Wild Woods Mashobra

The Students of classes XI and XII attended the ROCKSPORT RESIDENTIAL Programme at the WILD WOODS, MASHOBRA from 25 May to 29 May 2019. Students experienced the vast forests, trekked through the undulating terrain, learnt survival skills, cycled through the hills and were mesmerized by the beauty and calmness of the camp site. The day began with Yoga and morning exercises. After a healthy meal they enjoyed the camp games and activites like Rapelling, Zip Line and many more. The day ended with Reflection at the Bonfire and Journal Writing. They learnt to work as a team and the camp culminated with Music Dance and Prize Distribution.

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