In the month of October, when the students of Grade 1 were investigating an exciting unit under the theme “How we organize ourselves”, with the Central Idea - “People make efforts to create transportation systems that meet their needs”, they went on a field trip. This was undertaken to go further in their inquiry on Transportation and also to enjoy their learning. The students went on an educational tour to the Railway Museum, New Delhi on 1st October, 2013. They were very excited and enthusiastic and especially enjoyed the ride on the ‘Toy Train’. They saw various other trains like the ‘First Steam Engine’ and the ‘First Electric Train’. They also saw models of various trains which were 100 years old. They had carried snacks and enjoyed themselves thoroughly. This was a prime example of ‘Learning while doing’.
Expeditions, Camps & International
with nature and wildlife is important to develop an
understanding of the delicate balance and relationship
we share with our environment. During outdoor excursions
students learn to develop the dynamics of group
interaction, interdependence and team spirit.
In the formative years of life we focus on making
students understand, respect and protect nature and the
environment. As a policy, every child is encouraged to
participate in outdoor activities and adventure sports.
The school organizes trips to locations both within the
country and abroad, which will provide exciting
opportunities for an array of outdoor sporting
activities. We are also a member of Round Square, which
is an International organisation.