Noida, May 02, 2019: Education today cannot be confined to the four walls of the classroom as the children learn most effectively from the environment. With this view in mind, an educational trip to the National Science Museum was organised for the students of Class V on May 02, 2019.

188 enthusiastic students reached the reception area of the National Science Museum where they were given an introduction to the exhibits in the Museum. Amazing tricks using contraction and relaxation of muscles and a wireless piano was an exciting start to the journey ahead.

The museums had nine galleries, ranging from historical gallery depicting Harappan Civilization, Vedic Science And Maths, amazing facts related to the human body and a peek into the bygone world of dinosaurs, just to name a few. The fun Science gallery was the one which captured maximum attention of the students. It had interesting exhibits based on various principles of Science. The galleries ended with modern day science with computers and satellites sent into space from India.

The latest addition of a gallery dedicated to Sardar Patel made all of us feel proud of our rich heritage.

Noida, May 01, 2019: Education today cannot be confined to the four walls of the classroom as the children learn most effectively from the environment. With this view in mind, an educational trip to Humayun's Tomb was organised for the students of Class IV on May 1, 2019. The morning air was filled with excitement as the children trooped in. After seeking the blessings of Lord Almighty, 83 students with their teacher-in-charges boarded the AC coaches and embarked on their journey to the walled tomb.

On reaching their destination – students took a tour of Humayun's tomb, followed by a creative session in the garden outside. The students benefited a lot from the trip as they got well-versed with the history of the walled city, opulent red sand stone tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun, built in 1572 and architecture of the Mughal Era.

The students appreciated the beauty of the Mughal Architecture and learnt that they should conserve the national heritage. Time flew and the students headed back to the school. The Heritage Walk was a wonderful learning experience for the students as they imbibed in themselves the historical comprehension skills, research skills and the values of sharing, caring & team spirit.