By going out of the classrooms, our learners take the chance to discover more about themselves in terms of their personalities and how they react to the various environments. Such metacognitive skills are important for growing students to be able to strategise their own learning and development.
Our field trips are carefully designed to incorporate different desirably difficult challenges so that it will invoke the various skills in our students, like problem solving skills, social skills and creativity. Of course they also have a lot of fun in the field trips 🙂
Join our next upcoming field trip in the school holidays!
Field Trip IV to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden
13 March 2018
Fun make learners happy and one way is thorough exploring. Our young explorers discovered ways to seek information by searching for clues, navigate and solving puzzles while enjoying the beautiful environment.
“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” – T.S. Eliot
Field Trip III to the high-tech Farms
23 November 2017
It’s the beginning of the end of year holidays but the learning doesn’t stop. This time we brought our students to select farms in Singapore to let them have some insights in the farming industry and technologies involved. There isn’t a better learning experience such as this! We will continue to enrich our learners beyond the classroom, textbooks and ten-year-series.
“the world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”
Field Trip II to West Coast Park
1 September 2017
Before the end of year exams we brought our students to West Coast Park for our 2nd field trip where they enjoyed themselves with games and a terrarium workshop!
The students were brought closer to the flora and fauna and enjoyed the relaxing coastal view at the park.
Everyone brought home a plant that they had planted on their own, they are already contributing to nature conservation!
Field Trip I to Labrador Field Trip
17 March 2017
We decided to bring the students to visit the Labrador Nature Reserve for our first ever field trip!
A national heritage site that features machine gun posts and artillery pieces, we took this chance to integrate history, nature and science, giving our students the opportunity to experience and learn things in a more unstructured way.
This field trip was immensely fulfilling for both our students and staff!