Field trips are among the most popular school-related memories, mainly because they provide students and teachers a day to spend together in a different atmosphere. Although they primarily serve the objective of education, they are also enjoyable moments for group bonding. The importance of field trips includes giving students the chance to build closer bonds with their classmates, experience new environment, and enjoy a day away from the classroom. Field trips always feature a significant educational and motivating dimension, and their effects go much farther.
Pearl School, Al Dafna Campus, conducted a field trip for the students of Classes VII and VIII on Tuesday ,21 February,2023 during school hours. The students were taken to the Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum, located at Al Rayyan. Upon reaching the destination, a professional guide was allotted to explain and educate the students about the monuments and other precious glories displayed in the museum. All the students were excited to explore the museum. They were awestruck by the different types of cars, paintings, horses, other pets, and are mesmerized by the beautiful antique collections in the museum. The students understood that visiting a museum now and then is good for many reasons and has many advantages. They learnt about different things visually, which helped them remember things vividly. The food court and the play area also added to the enthusiasm of peers and took their enjoyment of the trip to the next level.
It is true that a museum teaches students about various topics and helps them become smarter. Museums inspire young minds and help them dream of many possibilities. The visit to the museum was thrilling as well as an enriching experience. It was one of the richest experiences to see the collections of materials and the country’s ancient glory.
This visit to the Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum has left a lingering impression on student’s mind. Overall, all of them enjoyed themselves a lot and had a wonderful day.
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