We believe that Field Trips are very important to help bridge the gap between theoretical education and and hands-on experience. They are crucial for every student to acquire increased knowledge, culture and hands-on experience.
Students tend to be good at reciting and remembering things but they often do not make connection unless they experience real life situations first hand. Field trips enrich and expand the curriculum, strengthen observation skills by immersing students into sensory activities, increase their knowledge in a particular subject area and expand their awareness of their own community.
Active and engaged learning inspires students to obtain a deeper knowledge of the subjects they are studying and allows them to see how different ideas are connected. Teaching in such a contextual manner promotes collaboration, critical thinking and knowledge retention in students.