Trip to Dhauj

We at Indraprastha, not only aim to educate the students academically but also set our goal to strengthen our children physically and mentally. Keeping in sync with this objective, the school organised an adventurous trip to Wild Camp, a beautiful camp in the midst of nature at Dhauj. The trip was for the students from class III onwards. The students had an exhilarating experience doing various adventurous activities like Burma Bridge, Balance Walk, Tarzan swing, Commando net, Tunnel walk etc. Apart from these activities different games were organised for the students which not only helped in building their team spirit but also developed their concentration level, promptness and intelligence. Over all the trip was very thrilling for the students to be in the lap of nature and make themselves realize the magic and magnanimity of the beautiful creation of the almighty.


Trip to Mussoorie and Dhanolti

“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.”


At Indraprastha, we believe that imparting education is an ongoing process to ensure harmonious development of mind and body, it remains pulsating inside and outside the classroom walls. Learning beyond the classroom offers a whole host of opportunities to acquire first-hand knowledge. It is like unclipping the wings of the learners and empowering to soar high to explore the horizons of learning.With the purpose to educate, strengthen the bonding among students and teachers and to provide a welcome break from the regular routine, the school management organised a trip to Mussoorie and Dhanolti for four days. The trip gave an adventurous experience to the students. The students found themselves engrossed throughout the day in various physical activities in which they came to know about their own strengths and weaknesses. The students enjoyed themselves by doing various activities like Rock Climbing, River Crossing, Rappelling, Team Building Games etc. The camp instilled in our students the need to respect our resources, to become physically active and mentally alert. And they relived the tagline of every adventure camp- that every adventure starts with “I CANNOT” but ends with an “I DID” just by doing it, our students came back content and all the more rearing to go.


Visit to Atal Tinkering Lab

With a vision  to ‘Cultivate one Million children in India as Neoteric Innovators’, Atal Innovation Mission is establishing Atal Tinkering Laboratories (ATLs) in schools across India.


ATL is a work space where young minds can give shape to their ideas through hands on do-it-yourself mode; and learn innovation skills. Young children will get a chance to work with tools and equipment to understand the concepts of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). ATL would contain educational and learning ‘do it yourself’ kits and equipment on – science, electronics, robotics, open source microcontroller boards, sensors and 3D printers and computers. Other desirable facilities include meeting rooms and video conferencing facility.


In an endeavour to inculcate and develop scientific temperament in the young learners of today students of Indraprastha GLOBAL SCHOOL were taken to the inaugural ceremony at Bal Bharati Public School, Noida and ApeejaySchool , Noida. As a part of which, one teacher and two students went there to support them in their endeavour. Our students were benefitted by seeing their models and projects and had hands on experience of opening tinkering lab in our school. It helped our students in fostering curiosity, creativity and imagination in young minds; and inculcate skills such as design mind set, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing etc.


Visit to Fire Station

A visit to the Fire Station is an exciting experiential way of teaching children about the role of fire fighters and thanking them for keeping us safe. The students of PS, PR and class I visited the nearby Fire Station. The little ones got a chance to see a fire-fighter in his full gear. They got hands-on experience on fire Safety and watched the live use of Fire Truck. Children were informed about the Emergency Number of Fire station (101). It was on the whole an informative and exciting trip for the toddlers.



Students of classes VI to X went for the annual picnic to the ‘Worlds of Wonder’. It was a fun-filled trip which will remain etched in the minds of the students forever. The day started on an enthusiastic note with students sharing their excitement to spend the day with their friends. After arriving at the park, they enjoyed a plethora of rides. They also danced their hearts out after the rides. By the time of lunch, they were tired and relished the sumptuous meal. The eventful day concluded at around four in the evening and the students bid adieu to the wonderland unwillingly. They carried with them beautiful memories of the dreamland.



To wrap up the year 2017 on fun note, the school organized a field trip to Kidzania for classes I and 2. Children got the opportunity to explore the make belief world and enjoyed the hands- on experience of different roles played by the community. Children were given kidzos to enjoy different activities like making of donuts, chocolates, Parle-G biscuit, “Feel like a dentist”, they learnt how to rescue from a fire, they learnt how to organize a TV show in a well-equipped studio, there was a supermarket in which they learnt to purchase food items and earned extra kidzos for their work. Children left kidzania with memories in mind and joy in the heart. It was a fun filled day which was cherished by one and all.


Visit to Parle Factory

The Mont wing of IPGS went to explore the very famous Parle Factory. It was an exciting opportunity to know how their favourite biscuits and toffees were made. Upon arrival, they were shown a video explaining the manufacturing and packaging of biscuits and chocolates. What really captured the children’s fascination was the working of the factory. The students were able to observe the assembly line system. Through such field trips, we hope to cultivate practical learners by fueling their innate curiosity and encouraging them to understand in a hands-on way.


Visit to Army Headquarters

Students of class X visited Army Headquarters New Delhi to celebrate Raksha Bandhan with the Army Chief and soldiers. The students greeted the soldiers with words of thanks for their selfless service to country and tiedRachis to the soldiers as a symbol of love and affection towards our brave soldiers.


Celebrating RakshaBandhan with our honourable President , Prime Minister & Army Chief


It was truly a grand occasion for our students to tie the bond of love and faith with our honourable President Mr. Ram Nath Kovind and with our respected Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi. They had a free exchange of ideas with them. It was an incredible, once in a lifetime experience and the students were overwhelmed to be with such dignitaries. They called upon the students to spread the value of relationships and brotherhood. The students thoroughly enjoyed their interaction and came back delighted.


Tete-a-tete with the Hon'ble Vice President of India

It was a memorable day for the students of IPGS to meet the honourable Vice president of India Sri Venkaiah Naidu on the occasion of Dussehra. He gave his blessings to the whole team of Indraprastha. He was delighted to receive the handmade craft items made by the students. He wished them luck and guided them to excel in their future endeavours. Needless to say the children were ecstatic to get the privilege to have a conversation with a dignitary of such high repute. Such inspirational experiences are extremely enriching.


Trip to Shimla

During the summer breaks Indraprastha GLOBAL SCHOOL (organized) a four days educational trip to Chail – Kufri for primary & and middle dept. of their school which is a wonderful hill station of Himachal Pradesh with all its scenic beauty, vigor and colour.