Field Trips ( Primary Years)
Rangoli Gardens, Jakkur- Grade 1
The educational field trip to Rangoli Gardens provided an enjoyable and entertaining experience for everyone involved. The students were delighted by the bus ride and found the destination fascinating, gaining valuable insights into life in rural areas of Karnataka.
The Tonga ride was particularly popular among the children, captivating their interest and leaving a lasting impression.
Furthermore, the magic show proved to be a delightful highlight of the trip. The students burst into laughter, thoroughly enjoying the experience and creating wonderful memories.
Rangoli Gardens, Jakkur- Grade 2
The fieldtrip to Rangoli Gardens proved to be an engaging and enjoyable experience for all the students. They relished the school bus ride and found it to be a source of great excitement.
Exploring Rangoli Gardens provided the students with an intriguing glimpse into the diverse housing structures in the village and rural areas of Karnataka, shedding light on the connection between people's occupations and their homes.
The Tonga ride was a definite highlight for the students, who fully immersed themselves in the experience and derived immense pleasure from it. Moreover, the students had a hands-on encounter with clay as they engaged in pottery. Their enthusiasm was palpable as they eagerly interacted with the clay, shaping and designing their own pots, which they proudly carried back home with them.
Rangoli Gardens, Jakkur- Grade 3
The education field trip to Rangoli Gardens provided a wonderful and entertaining experience for everyone involved. The children delighted in the bus ride and expressed their enjoyment throughout. The place they visited proved to be intriguing, offering the children valuable insights into the vibrant life in village and rural areas of Karnataka.
The Tonga ride was particularly popular among the children, capturing their attention and creating a memorable experience. Additionally, the magic show brought plenty of fun and laughter to the students, who thoroughly enjoyed every moment. They truly absorbed the essence of village and rural life in Karnataka, immersing themselves in the experience and appreciating its richness.
Chitrakala Parishath, Kumara Park - Grade 4
The Grade 4 students had the opportunity to embark on a planned field trip to Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, a renowned institution dedicated to visual culture in the city and the state. This remarkable establishment encompasses a variety of museums, galleries, and archives, showcasing a precious collection of Indian visual culture, ranging from folk and traditional art to modern and contemporary pieces.
The trip provided the students with a remarkable exposure to a diverse range of artists, paintings, perspectives, and inspirations. It offered them a valuable opportunity to expand their understanding and appreciation of the rich world of visual arts.
Chitrakala Parishath, Kumara Park - Grade 5
Grade 5 students were given a special opportunity to embark on a carefully planned field trip to Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, a renowned institution that is dedicated to visual culture in both the city and the state.
During the trip, the students were exposed to a wide range of artists, paintings, perspectives, and sources of inspiration, which proved to be truly remarkable. They had a unique chance to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the vibrant world of visual arts. The students had the privilege of receiving informative explanations about various paintings and artists, which served as a valuable resource for them. Moreover, they had the delightful opportunity to meet a few of the artists whose works were being exhibited, adding an extra layer of significance to their experience.
Cubbon Park, Kasturba Road - Grade 5
Organizing a breakfast at Cubbon Park proved to be a wonderful initiative for Grade 5 students, providing them with a delightful opportunity to unwind and enjoy some quality time with their peers and teachers after completing their term reviews. The park's main allure lies in its lush green surroundings, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful atmosphere, particularly beloved by NAFLers.
The park's vibrant ecosystem, boasting over 6000 trees, offered an excellent backdrop for the team outing. To enhance teamwork and camaraderie, the teachers thoughtfully planned and conducted team-building games that the students thoroughly enjoyed. The combination of natural beauty and engaging activities created a memorable experience for everyone involved.