Let's Protect the Environment!
Every day we hear about environmental and sustainability concerns regarding the world in which we live. To acknowledge these issues and highlight to our pupils the integral role the natural world plays in sustaining all forms of life, our Pre-Primary pupils took part in a science project. Each child was allowed to learn through creation as they rolled up their sleeves to construct dioramas depicting various ways of protecting the environment, using recycled materials.
In addition to the classwork, a field trip was taken to the Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre, where our pupils could learn about environmental issues and how everyone can help preserve our planet for future generations.
Not simply teachers standing in front of blackboards, the Hampton School faculty collectively believe in more holistic and well-rounded approaches to teaching. We understand that by fusing creativity with learning, the tactile projects our pupils create help to reinforce the theories they are learning with tangible products.
This latest excursion is just one in a long line of wonderful learning experiences our Hampton pupils are exposed to in our effort to help our pupils explore, discover, and understand the world around them.