Education Trips

Greenwood High School’s Educational Trip for Nursery, LKG & UKG.

Greenwood High School, Gopalpur,
were taken for a visits to “Places of Worship ” in the neighbourhood.
Here’s a glimpse of their exciting journey:

  • Gurudwara :
    The first stop on the itinerary was the serene Gurudwara. Students experienced the peaceful ambiance, learned about Sikh traditions, and were treated to the warm hospitality of the Sikh community. The visit provided a valuable opportunity for cultural exchange and understanding.
  • Church:
    The students witnessed the beauty of Christian religious practices, admired the architecture, and engaged in conversations with the church staff. The visit encouraged an open dialogue about different faiths and the importance of tolerance.
  • Masjid:
    The educational journey continued with a visit to the masjid in Chowrastha. Students gained insights into Islamic practices and observed the architectural beauty of the mosque.

  • Thousand Pillar Temple :
    A historical and architectural marvel awaited the students at the Thousand Pillar Temple. Exploring the intricate carvings and learning about the temple’s rich history added a cultural dimension to the trip. The teachers shared information on the site they were going to visit. They were also taught to love and respect every religion.The students were very inquisitive and their inquitiveness was satisfied when they actually visited these religious places.
  • Z00 PARK (Vana Vigyan) Hunter Road:
    The final destination was the vibrant Z00 PARK, also known as Vana Vigyan, at the Hunter Road. Students immersed themselves in nature, discovering various plant species and learning about environmental conservation. The park visit aimed to instill a sense of responsibility towards the environment from a young age and had enjoyed lunch together.

This educational trip not only broadened the students’ horizons Greenwood School remains committed to providing holistic learning experiences that go beyond the classroom, and the perspective of students were enhanced when they actually visited these places of worship to understand that God is one.

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educational tour to agra, mathura, vrindavan, jallianwala bagh, amritsar, golden temple, attari border and new delhi

“Travel opens your heart, broadens your mind, and fills your life with stories to tell”

Since time immemorial, people travel to different places for different purposes. Travelling to new places, exploring new environments and meeting new people boost a person’s creativity.

We at Greenwood, are committed to explore new horizons of learning, creativity and development. In a continuous effort to provide best experiential learning, Greenwood Management facilitated an Educational Tour for class 10th students of both Residential and Day Campus.

Our journey started with the boarding of Andhra Pradesh Super fast Express from Warangal Station at 7.30 A.M. and reached Agra on early morning of 13th December. As a popular proverb says, happiness lies in the journey not in the destination; we were amazed with the glimpse of cultural, linguistic and geographical diversity of our nation right from the beginning. Inside the train, meeting new people, exchanging thoughts and sharing pleasantries, lots of fun filled moments are worth mentioning here. While were crossing Chambal River, we witnessed ravines of Chambal that has been shaped by the river over a millennia.

On 13th morning accompanied by tour guides we visited Agra Fort. The grandeur and magnificent view of the fort was astonishing. Encompassing more than 94 Acres, it share its own tell of history. Different structures within Agra fort which attracts the attention of visitors are Diwan-I-Aam, Diwan-I-Khas, Jahangir’s Hauz and Shish Mahal. The breathtaking view of Taj Mahal from Agra Fort shrouded with morning fog certainly makes someone lost in wonder.  From entrance to exit, Agra Fort revealed its glorious past mixed with bravery and glory.

Agra Fort is a historical fort in the city of Agra in India. It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty till 1638, when the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi. The Agra fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site.It is about 2.5 km northwest of its more famous sister monument, the Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra. It was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan (reigned from 1628 to 1658), to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

By afternoon we visited Taj Mahal (Built by Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal) one of the modern seven wonders of the world. The majestic view of Taj Mahal along with its chahar bagh, Yamuna river view from its plinth and central dome that reaches upto 73 meters was a feast for eyes.

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The next day i.e., on 14-12-2022,  we visited FATEHPUR SIKRI, a city established by Akbar. Inside the Fatehpur Sikri there are different monuments such as Tomb of Salim Chisti, Panchmahal, Jodha Bai Mahal, Anup talab, Naubat Khana and Ibadat Khana. The biggest attraction of Fatehpur Sikri was Buland Darwaja.


On the way to Amritsar, the city of Golden Temple, we had a brief visit to Mathura and Vrindavan, the places associated with the glory of Lord Sri Krishna.The tumultuous past of Mathura with its chunk of history, linked with the heart of millions of devotees across the globe, the mere presence inside Krishna Janmabhoomi temple makes someone calm, composure and devotional.

Vrindavan, little far from Mathura is a place associated with the childhood days of Lord Sri Krishna. Though there are hundreds of Temples dedicated to the supreme Deity of Hinduism, Prem Mandir stands apart.

Made from Italian Marble, it transport its beholders to another level of experience. The play of modern lights on the shining marbles of the temple worth mentioning here. The Temple Campus of Prem Mandir has all the elements that glorifies the earthly as well as divine deeds of Lord Krishna, be it stealing butter, killing of demons, playing with Sudama, Kaliya Dalan and many more.

The experiences that we had after visiting to these places undoubtedly transformed us from merely a bookish learner to a learner with a new vision and new experience.

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Educational Field Trip of Abhyaas The Global School

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The purpose of Field Trip is to gain first hand knowledge away from the classroom is usually observation for education, non-experiential or to provide students with experiences outside their everyday activities.

The proverb ‘All work and no play make Johnny a dull boy’ means that without time off from work, a person becomes both bored and boring.

Field Trips enhances the academic impact by providing real world leaning and socio academic growth of the students besides joy of learning.

Keeping this in mind, we at Abhyaas The Global School keeps on organizing surprises for our students to make them understand the JOY OF LEARNING.

Today, our boys and girls across the grades have visited “Krishi Vignana Kendra”, a place where they could gain the knowledge about the new techniques that are being encouraged in agricultural field, how farming of different varieties of crops are tested, and aquaculture and its impact on local economy.

Curious students learned about the yeoman services rendered to local farmers, their wives and the enterprising youth who are willing to gain from the expertise of the scientists working at the Kendra.

The Head Scientist working there counseled the students about the benefits of taking up Agricultural MSC to come up in life and serve the nation. The students also learnt from him about new trends in our lifestyle where people are showing interest in organic farming, terrace gardening and allocation of space to rear cows in apartments.

Mr. Rajesh, a scientist patiently briefed the eager children about apiculture, hydroponics, aquaponics and Aeroponics. They also have studied about Honey harvesting by growing European Honey Bees.

Further, they have continued their learning by visiting Meena Biscuit Factory, where they observed how large number of delicious Biscuits, Buns, Rusks and loaves of Bread is being backed and packed. They also got the opportunity to relish the fresh hot Biscuits.

Lunch session was filled with fun and frolic at the spacious Market Yard, where all the kids played games that were well organized by the teachers.

Thus ended a ‘Dream Day’ for the kids, filled with fun and learning with a difference.

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Educational Field Trip to Nagarjuna Dairy

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The students of Class VIII and IX (about 600) are taken to the Nagarjuna Dairy near Huzurabad. Prior to the trip School Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, Academic Principal Mr. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and Administrative Principal Mr. T. Pavan Kumar briefed the students about how to prepare themselves for any field trip.

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The trip to the Dairy was highly informative. Students learned about various ways of collection of milk from farmers, checking the quality of milk by using Lactometer(device used to check the quality of milk), Pasteurization – Boiling the milk in containers at very high temperature (80OC) and to bring the boiled milk to normal temperature by using Ammonia gas, way of cooling the Ammonia gas to normal temperature, separation of cream from milk by centrifugation technique, Preparation of Curd Culture, conversion of milk to curd, packing of milk and curd, preparation of flavored milk like Badam milk and Pista milk, preparation of milk sweets like Doodh Peda etc, purifying the used water in the Dairy and its utilization in gardening, cleaning of containers by using Nitric Acid, Caustic Soda and Hot water.

On the whole, the trip was informative, enriching and empowering for the student.  Such informative education was gained by the students because of the Managing Director of Nagarjuna Dairy, Mr. Ganesh (a former student of Greenwood High School) and the whole team of Dairy for explaining all the activities that take place in their Dairy in a detailed way.

The best part of the trip was the milk, biscuits and Doodh Peda given by the Management of the Dairy to the students.  It showed the hospitality of the Nagarjuna Dairy Management.

Thanks to the Management of Nagarjuna Dairy.


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Later, as a part of science activity the students had an active interaction with the farmers about crop rotation, farming techniques and harvesting. The live interaction with farmers has shown them the value and hardship in farming.

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