Few moments in a student's life are priceless and picnic with friends and classmates is one such memorable moment. For Victorians this wait for fun and excitement came to an end when the students of classes II - V were taken on a picnic to Kidzania , the global educational theme park for children on 26 September 2022 & 30 September 2022.Young learners were involved in many fun-filled activities amidst a rich learning environment. Children participated in many activities, while having fun they experienced the nuances related to different professions and enjoyed a lot.


Few moments are priceless and picnic with friends is one such moment. The Victorians wait for fun came to an end when the students of Class VI-X were taken on a picnic to Pratapgarh Farms o 24 October & 5 November, 2019. Surrounded by mustard fields, the place has its own rustic charm and beauty. The ever enthusiastic students soon engaged in various activities like archery, pottery etc and enjoyed the camel and bullock cart rides. The adrenaline rush was quite visible on their happy faces as they took rides and let their foot loose on the dance floor. As the students left, the brightness of memories glowed in their eyes.

MOVIE ………………. FUN …………….. EXCITEMENT

It was movie time for students of class Pre-school – II on October 15, 2019. A wave of excitement went through the students when they were taken to the theatre. They watched – a photo realistic computer – animated classic – ‘The lion king’. Simba won the hearts of the students and a big part of the joy of the movie was the musical help but be awestruck by those creatures. The icing on the cake was the sumptuous meal before they moved out.


It was time for the students of Class III-V to have a hiatus from their regular school routine. The much awaited picnic organised for them on 11 October, 2019 brought excitement and thrill in them as they had a day out at Kingdom of Dreams. The students were fascinated by a spectular world of unparalled imagination, show casing the Indian culture architecture, cuisine, crafts and tradition under a skydome. ‘Zangoora, the gypsy Prince’ was truly cinematic and was a treat for the eyes to watch at Nautanki Mahal. The students returned with a bagful of entertainment, leisure, tradition and thrill memories.