‘The world is a book and those who do not travel only read one page.’
To gain the first-hand knowledge, experience and augment the academic learning, the school organises tours and field trips to various places. They provide an opportunity to the students for the development of their aesthetic sense.
The school discreetly organizes educational trips to strategically and historically important places and makes it feasible for students to reach out for information beyond the text books. The local trips organised are visits to Qutab Minar, Nehru Planetarium, National Museum, National Science Centre, Air Force Museum, National Rail Museum and many more.
The school organizes planned visits to various places to enrich the students and to take learning beyond the four walls of the classroom. National trips organised are visits to Jim Corbett, Mussoorie, Shimla,Jaipur,Hyderabad etc.
Students are encouraged to gain knowledge and explore new things not just within the boundaries, but also beyond them. For exposing them to global opportunities, we often organise educational trips to international locations including Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Greece etc. Such trips also instil a sense of appreciation for the wonders of the earth and exposes one to a wide variety of cultural and geographical ecosystems.
These trips provide opportunities for physical development, e.g, hiking, general fitness, outdoor activities, social interaction and to give experience in living and co-operating in a group. They help in building each student’s sense of independence, provide the challenge of coping with different surroundings and the opportunity for displaying initiative and responsibility in different settings. These trips also provide students with a range of experiences that can be a focus for classroom curriculum activities.