Manava Bharati School undertook an Educational tour for the students of class 9 to Anghaila Hills Dehradun ( An institution of manava bharati society) on 03 February 2023.The motive of the tour was to bring the students together, explore, enjoy and experience practically what they have learned in the classroom.
As the tour started the excitement was seen on everybody’s faces. The students were given responsibility to carry woods while trekking so that they could prepare for the bonfire.
The teachers had a fruitful interaction with the students.
Students played cricket, kabaddi, badminton, kho-kho. Activities like story telling, poem writing, essay writing in hindi was also done by the students. Antakshari, dumb charades, exploring nature, talks about walking in the woods also took place for the fun activities.
A session was conducted about nature, the plants, their importance in human life and the sustainable use of the natural resources.
In the midst of the dinner we suddenly got the news that a comet named c/2022 E3 was supposed to be seen that night . Students were told and taught how to prepare bonfire as we can camp along with them to see the comet but unfortunately we couldn’t make it. During the wait for the comet students were told about comets and many more concepts related to comets.
In the morning riyaz session was conducted for the students. The students sang different alankaars and relaxed the mind.
At the end of the tour when the students were asked about the trip it was very much clear that the tour taught them about their belonging to the nature, the beauty of sunset and sunrise and more importantly our role as a human being.
We are thankful to Mr. Anil Kandwal and Mr. Vipin who received the students at the venue and the management who made the stay convenient and easy for everybody. It was a pleasure for Mrs Babita Gupta, Mrs Kalpana, Mr Deepak and Ms. Tanisha to accompany the students on this wonderful trip.
“Learning should be a joy and full of excitement. It is life’s greatest adventure,it is an illustrated excursion into the minds of the noble and the learned”.