Trips & Excursions


Delhi Darshan Visit

 

We at Amity not only believe in academics but also ensure that our students know their culture deeply. Keeping that in mind a Delhi Darshan trip was planned for the students of class VIII where they explored the famous monumemts of Delhi and got to know about the history of these places. Students visited National Science museum, Jantar Mantar and many such places. The trip provided the students a new exhilarating experience. Students learnt about many interesting and diverse topics in a fun-filled and playful manner.

 
 
A day dedicated to learning and fun
 

Trips and excursions are an important and effective tool in teaching, hence they are an integral part of the school curriculum. Field trips are organised periodically to provide ample opportunities to optimize concept development through active and explorative besides enhancing the children's interpersonal skills. The experience also fosters a sense of team work.

The school organises trips to Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple, Jantar Mantar, Air Force Museum, Red Fort, National Science Center and other places of educational and historical interest. Besides, students are also taken to Amity leadership Camps held at Manesar from time to time.

 
Students at Country Club
 
 
Peek-a-Boo Activity   Students enjoying 3-D world


  • Learning in the lap of nature at Manesar

     
     
     
  • On a Mission to explore Nature

    Under the guidance of Dr.(Mrs.) Amita Chauhan,Chairperson of Amity Group of schools and RBEF , students of Amity International School, Sector 46 visited The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) with an aim to reinforce to conserve nature and its elements and to understand a way to model India towards a more energy efficient future.The purpose for this educational excursion was to make children aware of the projects related to sustainable energy and environment. Students saw Solar Energy and Biomass Gasification plants. They were excited to learn about the natural Waste Water Management done completely by plants from the PhramitesAustravlis family. Children were made familiar with the process like composting to collecting of dried leaves, from watering to preparing the manure. School Principal,Mrs. Arti Chopra encouraged students to come up with innovative ideas for sustainable development without jeopardising the non- renewable resources. Students thanked the principal for organising the trip and felt responsible to contribute their bit towards the environment.