TRINITY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (IGCSE -A LEVEL)

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FIELD TRIPS

Bookish Knowledge cannot be equated to actual experience.

The school organizes extensive field trips throughout the year for the pupils of Pre-Primary & Primary to various places of interests like Gardens, Beach, Aquarium, Supermarket, McDonalds, Ganpati Pandals, Museum, Petrol Pumps, etc.

Field Trip - Locality [Pre-Primary Section] (2024-25)

The pre primary pupils went for an enriching field trip to explore everyday facilities, gaining
hands-on understanding of their functions and significance in daily life. With wide eyes and
curious minds, they observed traffic lights, petrol pumps, and bustling markets.They learnt
valuable lessons about road safety, market activities and the importance of fuel.
The field trip proved to be a thoroughly engaging and educational adventure, broadening
their knowledge and sparking their curiosity.

Field Trip - Nehru Planetarium [Secondary Section](2023-24)

The secondary learners of Trinity International School visited the Nehru Centre, a cultural complex that includes a planetarium, theatre, and an elaborate historical gallery. Within the gallery, ‘The Discovery of India Exposition’ showcased India’s artistic, intellectual, and philosophical achievements through the ages.

The planetarium, known as Nehru Planetarium, features a Digital Sky Theatre – a mini-dome specially designed for digital sky shows and to impart astronomical knowledge. The students were treated to a magnificent display of cosmic beauty and mystery, accompanied by a captivating audio and visual experience. 

Field Trip - Narali Baug [Std 1 and 2](2023-24)

Students of Stds. 1 and 2 had a fun-filled time at Narali Baug located at Shivaji Park,Dadar. They enjoyed the fresh air and explored the beautiful surroundings. The young learners enjoyed a great view of Bandra Worli Sea Link. Thereafter they enjoyed team-building games and played on the swings, slides, and seesaws. After a game of tag, the students gathered together to practise yoga and meditation. Natural surroundings combined with play and exercise left the little ones feeling energized and invigorated.

Field Trip - Nehru Planetarium [Std 3 and 4](2023-24)

The students of stds. 3 and 4 of Trinity International School were treated to an educational and awe-inspiring adventure at the Nehru Planetarium located at Worli.
The visit provided pupils with profound insights into the vast cosmos. The state-of-the-art dome and immersive audio-visual presentations transported them to distant galaxies. The journey through the solar system was both visually stunning and intellectually stimulating.The facilitators at the planetarium inspired the young minds to ask questions and delve deeper into the realms of space.
This visit ignited a sense of curiosity and wonder in the young seekers.

Field Trip- Jijabai Botanical Udyan And Zoo [Primary](2023-24)

The primary section students of Trinity International School recently visited ‘Jijabai Udyan’
located at Byculla , a lush green paradise that is home to a variety of wildlife. The students
saw tigers, bears, snakes, and more in their natural habitat. One of the highlights of the trip
was seeing the penguins in their temperature-controlled enclosure.

The students were also amazed by the aviary, which houses flamingos, herons, cranes,
albino crows, pelicans, storks, and other birds. The trip enabled students to feel a deeper
appreciation for the co-inhabitants of our planet and the natural world.

Field Trip- Nehru Science Centre [Pre-Primary](2023-24)

The tiny tots of pre-primary had a truly educational and memorable experience at the Nehru
Science Center. From musical instruments and light shows to virtual reality and prehistoric life, there was a lot to see and explore. It was a fascinating way to learn about the wonders of science and nature.This was a wonderful opportunity to expand their knowledge and spark their curiosity.

Field Trip-Fire Station [Primary](2023-24)

On a field trip to the local fire station, the young learners at Trinity International School were
able to witness the crucial work of real-life fire fighters, including the use of their equipment.
The highlight of the trip was a live demonstration of how the firefighters use a hose pipe to
extinguish fire, which gave the students a better understanding of the importance of the
firefighters’ work. They came back with awareness of steps to be taken if there is a fire.
Back at school, the students worked on worksheets to further their knowledge of vocabulary
related to fire stations. The field trip was a successful and meaningful learning experience for
the students.

Field Trip-Byculla Zoo [Pre-Primary](2023-24)

The young children were filled with wonder as they observed the animals in real life. Not only
did they get to see land animals, but they were also able to view aquatic animals.

Field Trip-Museum Of Living History (2023-24)

The 9th and 10th graders of Trinity International School went on a field trip to the ‘Museum of
Living History’ at Mahindra Towers located at Worli.The museum is a tribute to the legacy of
75 years of the Mahindra Group.
The students learned about the Mahindra Group’s core values of commitment to society,putting others first, embracing change, and pre-empting shifting paradigms. The exhibits showcased these values through a variety of artworks, including paintings, sculptures, and installations. The students also had the opportunity to participate in interactive activities and workshops.

The young minds were highly motivated by Mahindra Group’s dedication to sustainable development, including vocational training, education, and healthcare infrastructure. They also appreciated the company’s contributions to philanthropy, disaster relief, and innovative solutions in areas like renewable energy, reflecting Mahindra’s commitment to societal well-being and environmental conservation.
Overall, the trip was an enriching and memorable experience for the students.

Field Trip to Prince Of Wales Museum [Primary] (2023-24)

Students of Trinity International School visited the Prince of Wales Museum.
From the moment they arrived, the students were transported into a world of wonder . A lively puppet show on the importance of communication served as an introduction, and then the students
embarked on a fascinating journey through the museum’s exhibits. From the prehistoric era to the present day, they explored fossils, art, and artifacts from around the world. The museum visit culminated in follow-up worksheets that helped to consolidate the knowledge that the students had gained.

Field Trip to Nature’s Basket [Pre-Primary] (2023-24)

The young learners had first hand experience of shopping for a healthy lifestyle as they went
for a field trip to Nature’s Basket outlet.They had follow up worksheets to consolidate the
learnt concepts.

Field Trip 3- Nehru Science Centre [Primary] (2023-24)

Students of primary section embarked on a trip to the Nehru Science Centre, Worli. Upon their arrival, the students viewed some interesting scenes at the place – models of dinosaurs, steam and electric train. The learners’ abstract concepts were consolidated as they witnessed models of sensory organs, plants and numbering system to name a few. The learners interacted confidently with the reporters of a prominent news channel which was present there on the occasion of the landing of Chandrayaan. It was an enriching and interesting learning experience for the students.

 

Field Trip 2- Marine Aqua Zoo [Primary] (2023-24)

Learners had a close encounter with the ‘animal kingdom’ as they visited the Marine Aqua Zoo.
With its focus on animal interaction,this place is a reptilian wonderland as it has animals like ball pythons and iguanas. A beautiful little nursery is well-stocked with succulents, plants and herbs. The learners witnessed the life of various species of fishes like arwana fish,flower head fish,angelfish and rainbow fish in a compact aquarium.It was an exciting experience for the young minds to see a dedicated section for birds which has dozens of colourful residents like ducks, turkeys and more.
Through this informative field trip our students understood the importance of reptile preservation and habitat conservation.

Field Trip -2 [Pre-Primary] (2023-24)

The tiny tots of pre-primary relished the greenery when they went for a ‘Nature Walk’ to a park in the vicinity.
Their tactile skills were developed as they touched and felt the texture of soil,stones,pebbles and  rocks.They were mesmerised by the elegant wall paintings.
A follow up worksheet was given to the pupils so that they retain and remember what they
had experienced at the park.

Field Trip 1 - Mani Bhavan [ Std 3 and 4 ] (2023-24)

A field trip to Mani Bhavan exposed the learners to the life and sacrifices of ‘The Father of the Nation’, Mahatma Gandhi. The events leading to freedom of our country and the contribution of the great leader were depicted through a video. Students got a view of Gandhiji’s room through a glass partition.Here they could see two of his spinning wheels, a book, his bed and some of his personal belongings.It was easy for the young minds to understand and grasp about the major life events of  Gandhiji as the events were  depicted through replicas.The young minds came back with a lot of appreciation and gratitude towards the great leader. 

Field Trip 1 [ STD 1 & 2] (2023-24)

The enthusiastic students of Std 1 and 2 embarked on a fascinating nature walk under the Matunga Flyover at Nanalal D Mehta Garden for an educational field trip that aimed to connect the young minds with the wonders of nature and promote an appreciation for the environment.

The students eagerly explored the area, marvelling at the diverse range of plants and trees that adorned the surroundings while studying their shapes, sizes, and colors and their unique characteristics and importance in our ecosystem.

The students engrossed in a series of captivating paintings adorning the pillars of the bridge and eagerly shared their knowledge and personal interpretations of the artworks that depicted scenes form Indian history, folklore and culture.

The nature walk not only provided an opportunity for the students to appreciate the beauty of the natural world but also instilled in them a sense of environmental responsibility.

Field Trip -1 [Pre-Primary] (2023-24)

A real-world experience was given to the students of the Pre-primary section as they saw places like petrol pumps, bus stops, markets, gardens, etc. during their first field trip organised by the school. The students were made aware of the traffic signals, zebra crossing, vehicles, flyover, etc. thus enabling them to understand their surroundings better.
The field trip was followed up with fun class activities based on traffic signals through which the importance of traffic rules was also emphasized on.

Field Trip To Prince Of Wales Museum
[Primary & Secondary Section] (2022-23)

A field trip to the Prince of Wales Museum enabled the students to learn about the art, archaelogy and natural history of India and the world. The myriad collection of ancient artefacts, artwork and sculptures symbolizing India’s glory and past richness created a sense of pride and appreciation in the students and gave them an enriching experience.

Field Trip To Nehru Science Centre [Secondary Section] (2022-23)

A field trip to the Nehru Science Centre was organised for the secondary section students wherein students had fun understanding basic principles of science and technology. They were amazed by the scientific innovations and also enjoyed an hands-on experience through the interactive exhibits.

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Learning about the planet and real-time atmospheric and climatic conditions on Earth.

Learning amazing scientific experiments one of which was turning water into ice without a refrigerator.

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Field Trip To Mumbai Darshan [Primary] (2022-23)

A field trip in the form of ’Mumbai Darshan’ was organised for students of the Primary Section wherein they visited prominent places in Mumbai like the Gate way of India, State Central Library, Taj Hotel, Marine Drive, Mantralaya, High Court, BMC Offcie, Prince of Whales Museum, etc. Students had a great time enjoying the beauty of Mumbai city while learning the significance of these places. It was a radiant, educational and entertaining experience for all.

Field Trip To Narali Baug – Shivaji Park [Primary] (2022-23)

A visit to the Narali Baug filled the students of the Primary section with an admiration for nature as they enjoyed the fresh air andscenic beauty of the garden along with a panoramic view of the Bandra-Worli sea link. A discussion on cleanliness motivated the students to be sensitive towards the environment and keep their surroundings clean. They also had fun playing on slides, swings and see-saws.

Field Trip To Bandra - Worli Sea Link [Primary] (2022-23)

A trip across the elegantly constructed Bandra – Worli Sea link not only gave the students of the Primary section a beautiful view of the Arabian sea, but also provoked curiosityabout thecable-stayed bridge. They were amazed to learn that this iconicbridge,adorning the arc of Mumbai’s coastline is the longest sea bridge in India.

Field Trip To Nehru Science Centre [Primary] (2022-23)

Students of the Primary section visited the Nehru Science Centre where they were fascinated by more than 500 varieties of exhibits including old railway engines, tram cars, electric power generators, nail seat, the giant heart, etc. They also got an exposure to the laws of physics, human anatomy, and many other facets of science. They had fun playing music on the ‘Virtual harp’ and trying out the ‘Head on a platter’, an optical illusion which makes the body disappear. Students truly enjoyed the day learning about prehistoric animal life, various aspects of science, climate change, etc.

Field Trip To Byculla Zoo [Primary] (2022-23)

To sensitize students about the Animal Kingdom and various existing species, students of the Primary Section were taken on a field trip to Byculla Zoo. The students were enthralled at the sight of the majestic tiger, the Humboldt penguins and various species of turtles amongst other animals and birds. The day was a wonderful learning experience for all students.

Virtual Field Trip - Visit To Deliure Cake factory [Primary] (2022-23)

Trinity International School organized a virtual field trip for the Primary section
students to the Deliure Cake factory.

A glimpse of the interiors as well the cake baking and decorating stations fascinated the
students. They were also enthralled by the unique flavours available at the
outlet and a demonstration of cake decorating and icing by one of chefs.

At the end, the students revelled in making mug cakes as instructed by the facilitator.

Virtual Field Trip I To Alipore Zoo [Primary] (2022-23)

To expose students to experiential learning, Trinity International School organized a virtual field trip to Alipore Zoo in Kolkata for the Primary Section students on 30th July 2022.
The session began with an interactive quiz round wherein students had to identify the animals based on the audios played.
While enthusiastically watching various animals like kangaroos, bear, tiger, giraffe, bats, rhineroceros, chimpanzee, lion, lioness, etc., students learnt some important and amazing facts about them too.
At the end of the session, a fun hands-on activity was conducted in which students made tigers with palm- shaped cutouts and colours.
The virtual trip was thoroughly enjoyed by the students who had fun observing and learning about the animals.

Virtual Field Trip II To The Shankar Doll Museum [Pre-Primary] (2022-23)

2nd field trip to The Shankar’s International Doll’s  Museum was organized for Pre-Primary students on 20th August 2022.

The session began  with warm greetings by Nazia educator . She informed children that Shankar doll museum  is in Delhi .Mr Shankar Pillai was gardenist & loved to make dolls. He had a unique collection of 500 handmade dolls.He put forth an exhibition of his dolls which was attended by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and his daughter Indira Gandhi.She liked the dolls & suggested him to make a Doll Museum  Then in 1960 this doll museum came in to existence, with over 7000 dolls from 85 countries Shankar’s International Doll Museum has one of the largest collection of costume dolls anywhere in the world.Further she played a video showing  different dolls in the museum. Lastly hands on activity, was done with the pupils in which she  taught to make a  wonderful doll.

Kids enjoyed the activity.

Virtual Field Trip I To The Fish Aquarium -Dubai [Pre-Primary] (2022-23)

This year’s first virtual field trip for the Pre-primary students was organised on 23rd July 2022, where they were taken to The Fish Aquarium in Dubai.
Students were excited while watching different types of fishes like Catfish, Zebrafish, Sharks, Tuna, and many others. The students were amazed when they learnt that there are more than 300 types of sharks and that fishes communicate with each other using vibrations.
The educator not only showed them frogs and toads but also explained the differences between the two i.e Toads have rough skin where as frogs have slimy skin. The students were awestruck at the sight of the crocodiles and they were informed how crocodiles have U-shaped mouths where as aligators have V-shaped pointed mouths.
The students were fascinated by the Horn frogs, Crabs and Buffer fish.
After a wonderful experience of watching the aquatic animals, students made a paper octopus under the guidance of the facilitator.
Kids enjoyed the session thoroughly.

VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP I TO ALIPORE ZOO [PRIMARY] (2022-23)

To expose students to experiential learning, Trinity International School organized a virtual field trip to Alipore Zoo in Kolkata for the Primary Section students on 30th July 2022.
The session began with an interactive quiz round wherein students had to identify the animals based on the audios played.
While enthusiastically watching various animals like kangaroos, bear, tiger, giraffe, bats, rhinoceros, chimpanzee, lion, lioness, etc., students learnt some important and amazing facts about them too. At the end of the session, a fun hands-on activity was conducted in which students made tigers with palm- shaped cutouts and colors.
The virtual trip was thoroughly enjoyed by the students who had fun observing and learning about the animals.

VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP I TO ALIPORE ZOO [PRIMARY] (2022-23)

To expose students to experiential learning, Trinity International School organized a virtual field trip to Alipore Zoo in Kolkata for the Primary Section students on 30th July 2022.
The session began with an interactive quiz round wherein students had to identify the animals based on the audios played.
While enthusiastically watching various animals like kangaroos, bear, tiger, giraffe, bats, rhinoceros, chimpanzee, lion, lioness, etc., students learnt some important and amazing facts about them too. At the end of the session, a fun hands-on activity was conducted in which students made tigers with palm- shaped cutouts and colors.
The virtual trip was thoroughly enjoyed by the students who had fun observing and learning about the animals.

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