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EXCITING EDUCATIONAL TRIP FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS

VISIT TO PILIKULA SCIENCE CENTRE

Students of Grade 6 set out on their educational trip to Pilikula Science Centre on Friday, 26th October 2018.
An enthusiastic set of students along with two accompanying teachers were eager to explore the Science Centre where they witnessed different scientific models, in depth experiments and had first hard experience of many scientific activities.

It was amazing learning experience for the students as they went around the science centre, which had interactive science exhibits and many learning activities.

In the afternoon students rested a while, had their lunch and played in the science park in the lush green garden area and then headed back to school. It was indeed a fun filled and educative excursion.

VISIT TO A HISTORIC CITY – BARKUR
On Friday, 26th October an energetic ball of 62 students of Grade 7 along with their 2 teachers set on their journey from the Trinity campus on two school buses for Barkur a temple town.

The buses reached the first destination Katthale Basadi by 9.45 am. The students observed the architecture and its structures. They also studied the inscriptions on the pillars. Next, they visited Sree Krishna Packaging Industries and with great interest learnt how the packaging boxes are manufactured.

Students also visited a dairy farm and machinery used for milking. The next destination was the Panchalingeshwara temple known to be one of the oldest temples in the vicinity. The students were briefed on its historical importance. Later the students visited St. Peter’s church and the Barkur Jumma Masjid.

Students were then taken to the Kulamahastri temple where they had lunch and relaxed for a while at the garden and then left to Batte Vinayaka Pond, which is believed to have a chariot of the Mahabharatha period.
Students explored and enjoyed many places at Barkur and returned to Trinity campus by 3.10 pm. It was a memorable and fun filled trip.

VISIT TO MANGALURU, GATEWAY OF KARNATAKA – GRADE 8
Students of grade 8 went on an educational trip to the chief port city of the state of Karnataka, Mangaluru on 23rd October 2018. They started from the campus at 9.15am and arrived Pilikula Nisargadhama at 11.20am.
Pilikula Nisargadhama is a major eco education and tourism development project promoted by the District Administration of Dakshina Kannada. At their theme based park with a wide variety of features with many attractions of cultural, educational and scientific interest. Students explored the Artisans Village with inquistince minds.

The Artisan Village complex has been recreated the typical rural atmosphere of Dakshina Kannada. It included the exhibits like Guthn House, the carpentry, poltary making etc. From there the students headed towards Kadri Park for a short lunch break and took a relaxing walk around the park and later moved towards the St. Aloysius Chapel, very well known for its frescos on the walls of the chapel.

We also visited the new swimming pool constructed at the campus which was soothing to the eyes.

From there we headed towards our buses boarded them and reached Trinity Central School at 3.40 pm.

It was an enjoyable and a fun filled day out with our teachers and friends.

EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO PANDYA NAGARI KNOWN AS KARIKALLU BY GRADE 9 STUDENTS

A visit to Pandya Nagari (Karikallu) by Ggrade 9 students of Trinity Central school. Students of grade 9 set out their educational trip on 23rd October 2018. They started off to the Soans Farm at Karkala, to a world of horticulture and biological diversity exotic fruits, nursery plants, species, fruit juice and farm town and farm stay at Bannadka.

Then we moved we moved to the Saavira Kambada Basadi, a Jain Temple, built in the name of Jain Tirtankara Chandraprabha. Saavira Kambada Basadi temple is also known as Tribhuvana Tilaka Chudamani or Jain Temple noted for its 100 pillars in Moodabidri, Karnataka. The temple is known as a Chandranatha temple, where an eight foot idol is worshipped in the shrine “Giving Butterflee” a chance to live.

Students then visited the butterfly park, at Beluvai, dedicated to Dr. Late Shri Sadashiva A Shetty a Southern Bird Wing is the largest butterfly of our country India and it is also the state butterfly of Karnataka, the host plants of the various butterflies. Another of its unique kind is the Buddha peacock which is also known as Malabar banded butterfly which is only found in the Western Ghats. We also learnt the importance of the butterflies and the major threat and the destruction of these beautiful creatures are the habitat destruction and forest fire.

We now moved on to our last destination of the day was the statue of Gomateshwara amd Koti-Chennaya Theme Park.

Brahmayaksha Mana Stamba was build in 29/2/1436 which of 25 ft. height. And the statue of Gomateshwara was built in 13/2/1432 which is 42 feet height. At the Koti-Chennaya park were the famous statue of the two great brothers i.e. Koti and Chennaya. Ancient antique precious and famous paintings of their times were exhibited.

It was a good exposure for the students to learn about the culture, material and their ancient wealth.


 

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