Field trips play a very important role in the school curriculum, which in turn offers a range of benefits in several ways to students. It helps students learn through authentic experience and can be an interesting way to explore new things.
A Day–out experience for students happens twice a year. One is to give the students an unforgettable memorable experience they can always cherish with their fellow students outside the walls of the classroom and campus. Secondly, students visit places like old age homes and orphanages in order to foster social concern, empathy and values of caring, sharing and generosity. ‘Out Reach Programme’ is an initiative by the school that serves as an eye opener to our students towards the underprivileged young and old.