A Trip to Remember
A place where history rules. A city which has history in all its vigour and colour. A place where history breathes its magic all over…
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized an excursion to Jodhpur and Osian Desert, Rajasthan from 7 September, 2019 to 10 September, 2019 for the students of classes VII and VIII. It was a welcome break and an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate after the half yearly examinations. They visited a lot of historic monuments like Umaid Bhavan, Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada. The students also enjoyed a fun filled evening at the Osian desert where they experienced camel ride and desert safari along with bonfire, folk dance and music and traditional Rajasthani dinner. The highlight of the trip was the visit to the Marble Dumping Yard in Kishangarh. Its white landscape gave the impression as if they were amidst snow capped mountains.
Students of classes IX, X visited Ranthambore National Park. They thoroughly enjoyed the jeep safari there. They also visited the Ranthambore Fort. The students spent a memorable time during the trip and brought back a lot of memories which they will cherish throughout their lives.
National Science Centre Visit
DPSG organized an educational excursion to National Science Centre, Delhi on March 30, 2019 for the students of class VII with the aim to enhance their critical thinking skills and scientific temperament. The students thoroughly enjoyed watching and working with the different exhibits showcased in the spacious galleries based on the principles of physics, chemistry and biology. The visit helped the students to generate a new interest and zeal for science indeed.
TRIP TO JAIPUR AND UDAIPUR
“Nothing beats an exciting hands-on experience to deepen learning. The magic of a trip lies in the break in routine that it offers and adventure that opens up children’s minds to new things.”
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized an excursion to Jaipur and Udaipur, Rajasthan from 20 February, 2019 to 23 February, 2019 for the students of classes VII and VIII who were accompanied by eleven teachers. The purpose of the trip was to bring the children closer to their roots, break the monotony of everyday life and to imbibe life skills in them. They thoroughly enjoyed the picturesque landscapes, visit to City Palaces in Jaipur and Udaipur, puppet shows and folk dances along with scrumptious food. The highlight of the trip was the visit to Block Printing factory in Sanganer where the students tried their hands on block printing. The kids had a fun filled time and made memories to be cherished forever.
Learning takes place through various means and ways wherein excursions play a pivotal role in building courage, confidence and honing the life skills (thinking, social, emotional) in addition to enhancing critical thinking, problem solving, decision making, communication and team building.
Keeping these advantages in mind the school organised a 3 nights and 4 days trip to Jodhpur and Osian Desert Camp for students of class IX. The trip included visit to Arna Jharna (Desert museum), Mehrangarh fort, Jaswant Thada, Osian Desert camp, camel safari, bonfire, folk dance etc. The accommodation was planned in Raddison, Jodhpur.
Students enjoyed thoroughly in the company of their friends and made memories for a lifetime.
Jim Corbett and Ranikhet Trip
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad organized a trip to Jim Corbett and Ranikhet, Uttarakhand from October 3, 2017 to October 6, 2017. The students of classes VII to IX were accompanied by eight teachers. They enjoyed the lush green ambience of the mountains, jungle safari, bonfire, music, dance, adventure sports (rock climbing and rappelling) along with scrumptious food. The kids had a great time there and made memories to be cherished forever.
Learning takes place through various ways and means
wherein excursions play a pivotal role.
A team of 149 students escorted by Mr. Upendra Pandey , Ms.Annama Jacob and 13 other teachers from the Secondary Wing went to Jim Corbett and Ranikhet from 16th March, 2017 to 19th March, 2017.
It was a rejuvenating experience for the students as the trip offered an array of activities like jungle safari, Burma bridge, flying fox, ladder climbing, village walk, rock climbing and rappelling. In the evening, students enjoyed dancing around the bonfire.
They also visited the Ranikhet Museum, Shawl Factory, Ranikhet Baazar and Golf Course.
With the aim of providing hands on experience to the students, DPSG organised an educational trip to Gopal Jee Dairy, Hapur Road Pilakhua on 21st January, 2017 for students of class IX. The students got an opportunity to see the State of Art of Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) and Milk Packaging and Processing through this visit. It was a wonderful and interactive visit wherein the students gained insight into the production processes and its products.
A team of 32 students from Secondary Wing escorted by Mr. Upendra Pandey, Md. Aslam Ansari, Ms. Shalini Sharma and Ms. Aman Malia went to Ranikhet from 28th March, 2016 to 31st March, 2016. It was an adventurous trip which offered many activities like village walk, slithering, rock climbing, rappelling, bon fire dance and various team building activities. The students participated in all these activities with zeal and enthusiasm. These activities inculcated the spirit of teamwork amongst the students and gave them the experience which will be a lifetime memory for them. The students visited the Ranikhet museum and shawl factory as well as enjoyed shopping at the local market. The stay at the resort helped them to enhance their time management, organizational and social skills.
It’s often said ‘journeys are more fun than the real destinations’, but our destination i.e. Najafgarh village, Haryana, proved to be more fun filled than the journey. The trip to this place was organized by the school on 14th March, 2015 to provide the students the much needed break from regular studies.
It was a rejuvenating experience with loads of adventure and excitement for the students as well as the teachers since the place was a hub of activities. The excitement began the moment the buses left the school premises. As soon as they reached the spot, the children were divided into groups and involved in many adventure sports activities including rope climbing, river crossing, rappelling, flying fox and Burma bridge and various other guided activities. They enjoyed the rides on tractors, bullock carts and camels.
The children were served delicious and healthy food during the day which they relished a lot.
All together it was a memorable day.