Field Trips


Field Trip to Dream Valley Resorts

Field Trip to Sproutz School

Tour to Mukteshwar,Delhi and Nainital

The students of grade 7 to 10 went on an adventure tour to Mukteshwar, Delhi and Nainital. It was a thorough adventure in wild spaces where children really learn and grow. The trekking and the adventurous expedition liberated their mind and spirit. The children adored being in the lap of nature and derived grit and resilience. The mountain peaks and the flowing rivers truly created an ambience of peace and serenity. The children enjoyed the trip and carried home fun filled memories.

Farm Day@Glendale Academy-Nursery-PPII

Field Trip to  Geographical Survey Of India-Grades  VI & VII

On 6th November grades 6 & 7 visited Geological Survey of India at Uppal the South Regional Head Quarters. Students visited the rock museum and learnt about the minerals found in South India. They enjoyed the gemology gallery and learnt the effect of different gems to the birth time. They also learnt about bones and about the old species of Dinosaurs. The trip was very informative and enjoyable.

Field Trip to  Chowmahalla Palace -Grades  IV & V

Grandeur of rulers, glory of its past, glimpse of their enigmatic way of living, are still alive in the form of palaces like Chowmahalla Palace, a historic place visited by  DSE students of Grade 4 and Grade 5 on 12th September. The main attraction was the fountain in front of the nearly 200 year old palace. Intricate carvings on the walls and ceilings of the palace, glass chandeliers with different designs in each Mahal were a mesmerizing sight to the students. The students were enthralled to see the crockery, clothes, furniture, coins and currency notes, pictures from the Nizam era, Vintage car and Buggee display. It was a fun filled day that captured many moments to memory.

Field Trip to  Sudha Car Museum -Grade III

The students of grade 3 went to Sudha Cars Museum on 12 September,18 along with their teachers. The children were quite enthusiastic about the trip and showed a well-disciplined behaviour. They were really amused and fascinated when they saw the different types of cars and expressed their eagerness to know how they were made. The staff of the museum was very co-operative and explained well to the students about the cars, which they saw there. Overall, the trip proved to be fruitful and enjoyable for the children and they were really happy about it.

Fun Trip to Jalagam Vengal Rao Park -Preprimary -Grades II

The field trip for the Pre-Primary and Grade I and II was organized for the JVR park. The children were taken to the park on a pleasant morning. The park had a serene atmosphere with lot of greenery and trees all around. Children enjoyed the trip as they got to play in an open area with many swings and slides. Children also enjoyed playing on the pyramid. The highlight of the trip was the walk on the path made of chains to go for slide and every child tried it. It was an adventurous experience for the children, they were happy and rejuvenated.

Green Buildings -CII-Grade VIII

On 31st July2018, the students of grade VIII visited CII, Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre, which has a vision to create and sustain an environment conducive to the development of India. The students were apprised about the several world class energy and environment friendly features that this green building incorporates like the solar PV system, indoor air quality monitoring, a high efficiency HAVC system, a passive cooling system using wind towers, aesthetic roof gardens, high performance glass roof with inert gas layers for insulation, rain water harvesting and a root zone treatment system.

The visit encouraged students to formulate strategies to make their school green, to develop methods of water conservation and waste management, and to reduce energy consumption by following various methods used in the Green building. This field trip helped in transforming young minds go the greener way and know ‘The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence -- as told by Rabindranath Tagore’.

ISB - Grades IX & X

On the 6th of July, 2018 a trip to ISB was organized. Students of grade 9 & 10 formed a team to see the beautiful campus of ISB(Indian School of Business). As soon as we entered the campus we were greeted by lush greenery and the chirping of birds. The massive structure was very impressive and had four towers. The instructor there told us that the architecture of the building was similar to Charminar. The canteen of the school was as big as the food court in Inorbit. The four towers at ISB represent the four student village, which is the hostel for students. These four towers are on the four corners of the campus and are equidistant from each other. Just like the small temple in between the four towers in Charminar, right in the center of the campus lies the library which according to them is the temple of learning. Students of 25-45 years of age come to study here. Each village has an open party lounge and a Holi pool (for playing the festival Holi). In between the villages there were vast stretches of forests, which give shelter to peacocks, a variety of birds and 250 varieties of snakes. This institute was started in 1999. The overall campus covers an area of 260 acres. They have their very own three-star hotel, consisting of 100 rooms. Out of the total area of the campus, 50 acres is filled with lovely landscape. The library is as huge as it can get and has a beautiful collection of books. To study in ISB one must clear GMAT with a score above 700 and then attend an interview. A fee of 30 lakhs per annum is required to be paid for this course. The student must stay on the campus for one complete year during the course. The students study from Monday to Thursday and get an off on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. During their course in ISB the students deal with a lot of pressure and stress, but once they complete the PGDM program from ISB the industry absorbs them giving a huge pay packet. The trip was very informative and we enjoyed it thoroughly.


Field Trips 2017-18