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Archives – Field Trips / Excursions 2015-16

Class VII – Yelagiri

February 3-5, 2016 

Students of class VII enjoyed a trip to Yelagiri, during the course of which they learnt new skills, played interesting games and bonded with their fellow students. The trip included a camp fire, trekking in the hills and visits to a local temple and local school.

 


Class IV – Dakshinachitra

February 6, 2016

 

 


Class VIII – Camp Mistea in Kotagiri

February 17-22, 2016

Students of class VIII enjoyed an adventure laden 6 day outbound trip to Kothagiri. Nestled in the picturesque slopes of the Nilgiri Hills, Camp Mistea gave students the opportunity to experience nature, adventure, conservation and community service. The 1700m high camp is surrounded by lush tea gardens and offers breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains. Meticulously organized by Mr.Natraj and his team, the class VIII students along with their teachers, lived in tents and experienced the thrill of adventure activities like rappelling, obstacle courses and zip lining. They also interacted with the local tribal children and made presentations on the importance of girl child education. Sumptuous food and the company of friends made this an experience they are sure to cherish for years to come.

 

 


Class V – The Radisson Blu Resort Temple Bay

February 26, 2016  

 


Class II – The Farm

Tulsi and Vilvam on February 12, 2016

 


 

Class II – ‘The Farm’

Chandanam and Ashoka on January 29, 2016   


 

Class III – Mahabalipuram Chariot Beach Resort

January 25, 2016 

 


 

Classes XI and XII – Nagerhole   

An outbound trip to Nagerhole was organised by the school, in association with Mr. Natraj of Adventure India, for the students of Classes XI and XII in October 2015. The students travelled to Mysore by the Shatabdi train before heading out to Nagerhole, where they stayed at the Dubare Elephant camp, a forest camp on the banks of the river Kaveri.

Camp activities included a jeep safari through lush forest vegetation, adventure sports, walks through spice plantations and painting the walls of a local school. Students enjoyed the unique experience, the sumptuous food, camp games and many students grudgingly admitted that the electronic gadget ban was not so bad after all!

 Feedback from students:

“The elephants and bull gaurs that we saw were majestic”

“Brilliantly organized, will remember this for years to come”

“Bonfire and games were so much fun, wish we had seen a tiger though”

“Trip without gadgets was not so bad after all”

“Enjoyed the tractor ride in the spice plantation”

“Bonded with all my friends and seniors”

“Would give anything to live in a place like that”

“A refreshing break from our school schedule”

“I learnt to survive without a phone”

“I will cherish this for the rest of my life; have become way closer to my friends”

 

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