Educational Trips & Tour
Tour is a social and cultural phenomenon which entails the movement of students to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or professional purposes.
As such, tour has implications on the natural and built environment, on the local population at the destination and on the tourists themselves.
Recreation is an essential element of human biology and psychology. Recreational activities are often done for enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure and are considered to be “fun”.
Recreation is difficult to separate from the general concept of play, which is usually the term for children’s recreational activity. Children may playfully imitate activities that reflect the realities of adult life. It has been proposed that play or recreational activities are outlets of or expression of excess energy, channeling it into socially acceptable activities that fulfill individual as well as societal needs, without need for compulsion, and providing satisfaction and pleasure for the participant. A traditional view holds that work is supported by recreation, recreation being useful to “recharge the battery” so that work performance is improved.
For this purpose the school children are taken to different places for recreation from there busy and monotonous life to recharge them. The students of Rayat Ineternational School were taken to “hidden Himalayas” in “Kullu and Shimla Valley”, in which student did lot s of activities like River Crossing, Rafting, Camping and Burma Bridge etc. From these trips the students learnt from their own Experience.
We have also introduced “In house picnic concept” for the recreation of Junior Students.
The Middle class Students were taken to “Fun World” at Patiala for a 1 Day Trip.
At the last, I would like to say that without Tour and Recreation provide the Life Time Experience to an individual.