Every year the school organises study tours and field trips to various points of interest. This enables students to connect their classroom learning with the real world. Some of the recent tours include trips to Hyderabad, Jaipur, Bengaluru/Mysore, NASA, Goa, Delhi/Agra, Kerala and Andaman, etc.
The main purpose of an educational tour or a field trip is to educate children and give them a chance to explore new set of experiences in an informal situation. In addition to this, a study tour allows children to develop close bonds with teachers and their peer group.
A field trip acts as a base for improved learning experiences. These trips are excellent break for both children and teachers. Educational tours not only educate, it’s a good medium for developing stronger relationships between teachers, children and the non-teaching staff of the school.
With proper supervision and support from teachers, these trips turn out to be another version of classrooms. Children learn a lot from fun-filled, interactive and joyful sessions which are away from repetitive and monotonous classroom routine.
Children get a chance to socialize and interact with people from all walks of life. In fact, they are also able to remember and cherish good memories for longer periods, and gain knowledge more efficiently.