Annual adventure camp at School Eco Park

The annual adventure camp at the School Eco Park on 26 March 2024, proved to be an incredibly enriching experience for our students of classes VI to VIII. With the primary goal of providing hands'-on learning experiences in a natural environment, the camp succeeded in fostering teamwork, discipline, and personal growth among the participants. Its overarching aim was to allow the students to immerse themselves in natural environs and establish a direct connection with the environment.

Anticipation ran high and the excitement was palpable as the students eagerly boarded the busea, accompanied by their teachers, for the one and a half hour  journey to the campsite. Upon arrival, the air crackled with excitement, setting the stage for an array of exhilarating activities. From the adrenaline rush of rock climbing to the thrill of zip lining, each experience not only honed new skills but also fostered a profound appreciation for the rural landscape.

As the students navigated through challenges and conquered obstacles, they gleaned invaluable lessons in perseverance and the power of teamwork. Amidst the serenity of the countryside, away from the distractions of modern life, they found solace in reconnecting with nature, nurturing their mental well-being and emotional growth.

A scrumptious feast awaited the young adventurers after their exploits, featuring a delectable spread of matar paneer, dal makhni, chhole, puri, fresh salad and gulab jamuns, much to the delight of the students and teachers alike.

The camp seamlessly integrated with our School ethos of experiential learning, enriching our curriculum with real-world encounters that transcend conventional boundaries. Above all, it instilled a profound sense of environmental stewardship, underscoring the imperative of safeguarding nature.

The adventure camp at was a transformative odyssey, offering our students unparalleled opportunities for growth and exploration. As they journeyed back to School, laden with bags of fresh produce from the farm, which included brinjal, potato, spinach, beetroot and carrot, their excited chatter was a testimony to the enduring impact of this enriching experience.