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Visits and Excursions

Trip to Singapore and Malaysia

'Travel is the best form of Education.'

Every year KPS organizes trips and excursions to broaden the periphery of the students' knowledge. This year, Ms. Dipti Joshi and Ms. Archna Mahajan along with fifteen students visited Singapore and Malaysia. This seven day trip from 28th March to 4th April was enriching and revitalising.

The tour guides at both the places extended a hearty welcome to the teachers and the students. They visited the central attractions of Singapore like Night Safari, Santosa, Universal Studio etc.

After spending three days in Singapore, they flew to Malaysia to visit places like Genting Indoor Park, Ripleys, Batu Caves. This was followed by panoramic city tour to get a closer look at Kuala Lumpur's most famous landmarks like the King's Palace, National Mosque, Merdeka Square and the world famous Petronas Twin Towers. The USP of the tour was the visit to Malaysia's largest chocolate factory. The children relished the sumptuous cuisine of the Indian restaurants. They bought mementos for their loved ones. It was indeed an elevating and gratifying experience both for the students and the teachers.

Educational Journey to NASA, USA

Seven students of Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad i.e., Pragya Baid, Aarushi Singhal, Ritika Bhattad and Raksha Baid of Class XII, Himanshu Hemant of Class XI, Nishtha Khatri of IX, and Karan Baid of Class VIII, along with Ms. Sabita Seth, Headmistress, Senior Wing got the opportunity to visit the United States of America (Florida, Washington DC & New York) from 23rd November to 2nd December, 2013.

This trip was the first of its kind. During this trip students visited NASA, Florida and saw the Rocket Garden, Museums and had an amazing experience of Space Shuttle launch. Students had lunch and an interactive session with Astronaut John David Bartoe. Further, they saw a 3D movie describing the detailed procedure of a successful rocket launch.

Students enjoyed Disney World and different rides of the Universal Studio at Florida. Students took a guided tour to Washington D.C. covering various monuments - Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Einstein's Statue and Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial along with the Museum of Natural History.

Students were lucky enough to see the world famous Hope Diamond which is a rare blue diamond. At New York too they took a guided tour and visited The Times Square. Students took a ferry ride to visit The Statue of Liberty and witness the fast and smart life of New York. The students understood that the hurdles India has to overcome to become the greatest nation are - Punctuality and Cleanliness.

Cultural Exchange Program: Visit to KEF School, Nepal

In continuation to the previous visit from the ISA, School Ambassador, Mr. Keshav Prasad Prajuli and Mr. Rana from Karunanidhi Education Foundation (KEF) to Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad, India, we established a Student Teacher Exchange Programme and had partnered with KEF. The partnership develops students global citizenship skills through collaborative projects and exchange visits.

Ms. Dipti Joshi (Co-ordinator, classes IX-X) had accompanied Shubham Agarwal of class VII and Tasmiya Akmal of class V to our partner school. They visited Karunanidhi Higher Secondary School meeting students and teachers who welcomed them in a traditional way. They sang the Nepal's National Anthem and their school song. They exchanged gifts and souvenirs. Khaitan students gifted New Year greeting cards made by them, seeds of five different flowers, school brochure and a few write-ups from the students.

Banners were displayed in the corridors which bore Khaitan's name and the flags of both the countries. They asked many questions regarding Sports facilities, I.C.T, kinds of punishments, examination pattern etc. to our students about KPS. Our students visited different classrooms, science and computer labs, play ground etc. in their school.

The entire trip was very exciting and also informative. The global dimension promotes us more to see the various facilities in the Nepal school.

5th World Children Festival, Washington DC

Khaitan Public School is proud to promulgate that one of its ace students Pragati Raj Asthana (VIII) along with Ms. Anusuya Ghosh Banerjee got the opportunity to attend the 5th World Children Festival held in Washington DC. Incidentally, Pragati Raj Asthana had received the 3rd prize in the International Art Olympiad and was invited to attend the festival.

In the effort to hone the talents of the children, the school assisted them to participate in this coveted festival. They attended several workshops from 30th June to 2nd July. On 2nd July they performed in front of a huge audience. Ms. Banerjee performed a dance on the theme World Peace and Unity while Pragati simultaneously interpreted and painted the theme on the canvas. She was awarded with a certificate of participation and a certificate of performance.

The two also had a quality time together visiting different places of interest. They visited the White House and the National Museum in Washington DC. They also visited the Twin Tower, the Empire State Building, the Madison Square and the Time Square in New York. The most memorable experience was to witness the fireworks on the 84th Independence Day of America on 4th July, 2015. This educational trip to America was definitely a lifetime experience for both of them and has left an indelible impression in their minds.

Informational Journey to Gangtok and Darjeeling

'Travel is the best form of education.' Every year KPS organizes trips and excursions to broaden the periphery the students' knowledge. This year too, Ms Lovely Arora and Ms Indu Gupta along with seventeen students visited Gangtok and Darjeeling.

This five day trip from 11th June to 15th June was enriching and revitalising. Scenic beauty of both the places mesmerized all the students and they learnt many facts about Sikkim, Darjeeling and Siliguri. All the students with their teachers boarded a flight on 11th june to Bagdogra Airport. Then, they proceeded towards Gangtok in jeeps. On the way they enjoyed the view of Teesta river. On 12th June, they went to see Tsomgo lake and Baba Mandir (shrine of Harbhajan Singh) located at 12000 feet altitude and 18 Km away from Nathula pass (China Border). Students acquired practical knowledge and practiced communication skills during shopping at MG Road. Fountain and Statue of Father of the Nation enhances the look of the place. This place reminds one of the Cultural galis. At Rumtek Monastery, they got to know about Buddhism and the history of Buddhist culture. Botany lessons were remembered at the Flower show where amazing special and beautiful flowers of Himalayan region were displayed in their natural order.

On the way to Darjeeling they enjoyed the beauty of nature. Visit to the market place Chaurasta, Ghoom Monastery, Batasia loop and Himalayan Mountaineering Zoological Park increased their knowledge further and fascinated them. They saw many animals native to high altitude. Those animals can't be seen in zoo of plain areas. In HMI, they saw the museum in which equipments used by mountaineers were kept who climbed Mount Everest beating all the difficulties. They saw Tea gardens on the way.

On 15th June, they boarded flight for Delhi from Bagdogra Airport. It was really a fun filled and informative trip. To keep the students excited, a quiz was conducted in two parts by teachers to check the new knowledge of the students. Winning team was awarded. Some titles such as Most Aware Child, Most Disciplined Child, Most Entertaining child, Star of the Trip, Best Shopper, and Most helpful Child were given to students on the basis of their behaviour throughout the trip. All the students were so happy and rejuvenated while coming back. It was indeed an elevating and gratifying experience both for the students and the teachers.