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VISION

MISSION

FOUNDATION


Dear Parents, The Oxford School is endowed with a unique essence, intent on supporting the overall wellbeing of its students with robust academic standards and positive life values and principles. The prevalent atmosphere in the corridors and classrooms is impressive with innovative opportunities to learn and lead. This demonstrates that the students and Staff share a mutual supportive bond of care and compassion. Respect is a core value and we need to ensure our students practice this everywhere. We have been raising awareness against cyber bullying and the importance of monitoring the use of social media especially Edmodo and Facebook by all parents.

It is imperative that you continue speaking to your children with regards to the ethics and etiquettes of internet usage. We need to ensure our children know that respectful language is essential in any communication even between friends and abuse is any form is unacceptable even as a joke. It needs to be highlighted to them that there are strict laws against any form of abuse or disrespect shown to anyone through written words or graphics and severe consequences attached. May June session of examinations of CAIE 2017-18 started off with ICT practical and speaking tests. This stressful period requires immense parental support in ensuring that the students are eating and resting properly. They would need a lot of encouragement and guidance throughout the examinations. Motivation, self-awareness and the ability to focus would definitely help toward better preparation. Some exercises to calm down the nerves would be highly beneficial. We wish all IGCSE, AS and A Level students the very best of luck for all their papers. A soft reminder with reference to the importance of attending school. It is the fundamental responsibility of all parents to ensure that the students are in school every day as is the responsibility of the school to cater to their needs in all possible ways. It is therefore strongly recommended that students attend school on all days to ensure better learning at all times.

Aisha Ansari Principal


PLAY STUDIO Our PLAY STUDIO has a range of activities within different learning centres. Each class has an opportunity to visit the PLAY STUDIO twice every week, within their scheduled time. These activities promote children’s Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED) which is one of the seven goals in the EYFS framework. As children play they develop Self-Confidence and Self-Awareness. Our activities, both, in the class and in the PLAY STUDIO promote children’s Self-Confidence and Self-Awareness. We observe that: ❖ Children are confident to try new activities and say why they like some activities more than others ❖ They are confident to speak in a familiar group and talk about their ideas. ❖ They choose the resources they need for their chosen activities and say when they do or don’t need help


PARENT – TEACHER PARTNERSHIP WEEK

At Oxford, we work with Parents as Partners; Parents are children’s first and enduring educators. When parents and practitioners work together in early year’s settings, the results have a positive impact on children’s development and learning. The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018. It was a very productive week whereby parents not only enjoyed the lesson presentations but also had the opportunity to work with their children during the activity time.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


INTERNATIONAL HAPPINESS DAY 20th March marks the International day of Happiness; it emphasizes how everyone should have an opportunity to celebrate one of the most basic, and important, human emotion – HAPPINESS. Our students enjoyed class discussions and different activities whereby they expressed their happiness. They were very excited and joyful.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


CLOCK MAKING MATH PROJECT

Children were assigned to make clocks from recyclable material. They made such lovely clocks and used them in class when learning about TIME. It was an excellent resource/learning-aid that was made by the students themselves.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


OUTDOOR LEARNING Our wonderful FS children have many opportunities towards Outdoor Learning. It is beneficial to children in many ways; it offers diverse learning opportunities, increases health and overall wellbeing, and allows children to experience risky play that is essential to children's self-confidence.

Outdoor play also supports children’s problem-solving skills nurtures their creativity.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


CHILD INITIATED PLAY AND LEARNING When children direct their own play … ✓ ✓ ✓

They figure out things for themselves. They learn how to take healthy risks. They find innovative ways to think about the world and how it works They practice necessary skills such as overcoming obstacles, creative problem solving and communicating their feelings effectively with others

✓ They experience the joy of self-discovery, the thrill of being able to pursue their own creative ideas.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


SCIENCE LEARNING ABOUT BIRDS We Identified different kinds of birds and their features. We learnt about birds and their homes and understood differences between flying and flightless birds. Finally, we learnt the life cycle of a hen. Children enjoyed doing different activities on the topic.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


FIELD TRIP FUN AT THE PARK

Our lovely FS 2 children went out on a field trip on Monday 19th March 2018. They went to the Al Nahda Pond Park. It was a good experience whereby children explored and got engrossed in different physical activities. It was fun for some to glide on the roller swings while others enjoyed the spider web and tried to work their way up the crossed webs. They had an amazing time and enjoyed a PICNIC at the Park!

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


ANNUAL CONCERT YEAR 2

Year 2 had their Annual Concert 2017-18 ‘Bon Voyage’ scheduled and staged on 17th of March 2018. It presents an opportunity for young children to showcase their exceptional talents. Teachers have encouraged their students to engage in some part or the other in the concert – either in acting, singing, dancing or in lending support in various scenes. The theme was travelling around the world and learning new cultures. It was a rattling performance by Year 2 students and audience enjoyed the event.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


TRIP TO KIDZANIA YEAR 1 Year 1 students pull their gear to explore Kidzania along with their teacher. Where they were given Kidzania money to buy the experience of making real things themselves like ice cream making, chocolate making and juice making and much more. Not only this students earned more money by performing some jobs there like being a fire fighter, a dentist, even a banker and many other. Day is not over yet some more fun was there for them to dance and paint.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


INTERNATIONAL WOMEN DAY CIRCLE TIME REPORT

International Women's Day provides an opportunity to educate and inspire children about the role of women in society. During circle time on 8th March 2018, students were given a brief introduction of the day and they were asked to make cards for any important woman in their life. As expected, most of the students created cards for their mothers with beautiful personalized messages saying what they admire about them. Some of them also made and presented cards to their teachers while some created cards for their grandmothers.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


THE ZAYED PAINTING CONTEST The competition, organized to mark the Year of Zayed, is aimed at educating students on the legacy of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and promote his values through the creative abilities of the UAE's young talent. The Oxford School, Dubai was honored to be a part of the 100 schools who participated in this grand event. 100 Students from Year 3 to 6 were selected and participated in the painting contest on 22nd February 2018 with the guidance and Motivation of our Art teachers, Ms. Mari Vinu and Ms. Tehmina. In March, one winner from each school was selected whose artworks was display in an exhibition in Dubai for 6 days. The contest's exhibition segment commenced on Monday, with a launch event at The Outlet Village. Judges reviewed the 100 winning entries. It was a proud moment for The Oxford School to watch out our young talent Master “Emad Abbas Faisal” from Year 4 receiving the crystal plaque and certificate in the grand awarding ceremony on 31st March 2018 in the Palazzo Versace hotel, Dubai.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018. And also, all the finalist and winning artworks will be published in a book that will preserve the efforts and showcase talents of all participating students throughout the entire country.


INTERNATIONAL DAY OF HAPPINESS YEAR 5 AND 6 March 20, 2018 marked a joyous day for the students of Year 5 and 6 as they celebrate International Happiness Day. During their circle time, Year 5 Girls made some “Happiness cards” which were given to Nannies, Teachers as well their friends and even their family members. Year 6 Girls wrote their messages for happiness using ten keys to happiness and they posted their messages on the happiness poster made by the Art Teacher. Boys as well made some thoughts about things that made them happy using the finger and heart-shaped foams. The boys even made a short video message for this celebration.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


WATER CONSERVATION YEAR 3 TO 6

Water is one of the most important elements on earth. All plants and animals must have water to survive. If there was no water there would be no life on earth. Apart from drinking it to survive, people have many other uses for water. The global consequences of using so much water are that globally we are in a water crisis and water pollution. The demand for water is always a necessity and as population increases the need for water increases. The lack of safe drinking water and sanitation varies from country to country. Since we have an alarming problem regarding water, it is high time to have an awareness and information dissemination to the youth and students. During Circle Time, we conducted small activities to inform the learners how they can contribute in water conservation. They were able to realize the importance of it. We hope that this will be a great move for a better future ahead.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.

Watch, Learn and Be Aware.

The students watch a short video presentation regarding the water conservation.

My Promise, My Contribution. Students write the promises and their contribution to conserve water.

Water is LIFE‌ Teacher and the students discuss and share the importance of water in our daily lives.


WATER CONSERVATION Student participated in the circle time activity on conservation of water. They created a droplet collage where students wrote a short message on the importance of conserving water.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


IMG WORLD On the 20th of March, a trip was held by the Oxford School for students of AS and A2 as way to relieve their academic stress. The trip was to the world's largest indoor theme park: IMG Worlds of Adventure. It is a magnificent theme park which is based on many famous animations, such as those produced by Marvel and Cartoon Network.

The park’s rollercoasters gave the students adrenaline rush, and they all enjoyed experiencing the many 3D and 5D simulations. The students also had a visit to the haunted hotel which was a very memorable experience for them. Moreover, they had a wonderful time at each restaurant, tasting the variety of food which included Chinese cuisines as well as the famous Indian dish called Pani Puri.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


WORLD WATER DAY “Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” Very soon, these words by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in the poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” will be a reality if we do not take care of our water resources. In line with the commitment of The Oxford School to develop awareness on major environmental issues among the school community, the Department of Humanities and Arts of the Oxford School joined hands to spread awareness on water conservation during the Annual Carnival on March 22, 2018.

Messages by leaders, students, and teachers The students and staff prepared cutouts and banners showing importance of water which was put up across the school. Badges were distributed to the staff to be worn. All of them wore blue to promote the theme: World Water Day.

Calculating the water footprint

There were two stalls organized by the departments. One stall had water based games for all to participate. The second stall entitled “Creating Memories” had students using the App “ HP Reveal” to show impacts of water shortage and lack of access to clean water on people”. There was also a selfie area where visitors could take picture with props which talked about conservation of water. Another activity conducted as part of the awareness campaign was “What is your Water Footprint?”. Visitors had to answer questions using a Water Footprint calculator which would give the result on how much water they are consuming and how it is affecting the environment. They had to write three steps they would take to reduce the water footprint afterwards.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an to view a lesson in their class Theinvitation message has been sent across.presentation It is now for all of us child’s to get our acts together before it becomes too late. Cape Town in South Africa is already preparing for Day during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.

Painting competition for parents. Theme : ‘Water’ Zero when all the taps will run dry. If we do not take action now, very soon, the whole world will have to prepare for Day Zero.

Using HP Reveal App to explain the consequences of Water scarcity


DU FOOTBALL CUP REPORT The Oxford School participated in a football tournament organised by DU, where almost all the schools in UAE were present. There were two age categories in which the school registered: U-14 & 16. Students were very enthusiastic for this event as all of them were staying back for the practice.

Under 14

Our U-14 team gave their best in all the three matches against Dubai Private School Dubai, National Charity Theand FS 2New teachers had extended an invitation School, Academy School; however, their to view a lesson presentation in their child’s during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018. experienced opponents outplayed them. Furthermore, our U-16 team, being in the strongest group, displayed a good performance but ended up with draws in the matches with Dawha School and Dubai Scholars Private School. Their match against the National Charity School was the toughest of all; though the team was firing on all cylinders, lady luck was not on their side. Overall, it was still a good experience and exposure for all the players.

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ANTI – OBESITY DRIVE ANTI – OBESITY DRIVE AND AWARENESS TO PROMOTE HEALTHY EATING HABITS Students received guidance on how to stay healthy by consuming variety of nutritious food, eating more fruits and vegetables, and integrating balanced diet with physical activities. They were also given tips on how to group food accordingly as well as details of the negative effects of an unhealthy diet. The most interesting part of the talk was the safety package of the lunch box which was indeed a useful information shared with students. Lastly, questionnaires were then given to students to get feedback; afterwards, they were given a chance to clarify their doubts on food and safety measures.

13th MARCH, 2018

TALK GIVEN BY: DUBAI MUNICIPALITY OFFICIALS VENUE: MULTIPURPOSE HALL TIME: 12:30PM – 1:30 PM STUDENTS ATTENDED: Year 5, 6, 8,10 girls

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


PROJECT DESIGN SPACE Expo 2020 challenge team of The Oxford School participated in the final round of PDS which was held on Saturday, 10th of March 2018 at Dubai Institute of Design Space (DIDI). The students were accompanied by their teachers: Ms. Zareen Zeeshan and Ms. Naslin. Our Expo 2020 team members were as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4.

M. Hassan Tawari (Year 11B1) Xheng Gu (Year 11G1) Sumaiya Binte (Year 11G2) Syed. Farhan Nabi (Year 9B3)

Our team showed their 3-minute video on the Expo 2020 challenge and then discussed its content in 2 minutes. After that, judges spent about 5 minutes asking questions to our team members regarding what they have witnessed; our students responded to each question with full confidence. At the end of the session, the winners were announced, and we are very proud that The Oxford School was selected as a runnerup.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


VISIT TO MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY

Middlesex University of Dubai organised a “University Tour and Presentation” for all the students of AS and A2 on the 15th of March, 2018. The history of Middlesex University was presented along with their accreditations. They also provided the information related to the courses being offered at their Dubai Campus. The event started with refreshments given to students and teachers. Also, the University was kind enough to give gift kits to all the attendees. To make this event more meaningful, a session was arranged on “Graphic Design Session” by Mr. Eddie, famous as the Passionate Guy. He gave a very motivational speech and explained the true meaning of being passionate. A talk on “Sports and Cultural Activities” was given by Ms. Dragana, which was followed by a talk on “Careers and Employability” by Ms. Irena. The last talk was related to admission, and the sessions winded up with a vote of thanks from one of the Oxford School students, which all other students enjoyed and earned him a standing ovation at the end. The students also had a good interaction session with the teachers of Middlesex University. Later, they received an opportunity to see the university campus and thereby had more understanding of how university life is.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


MINUTES OF CPD MARCH 17,2018

At The Oxford School, Dubai, a CPD was held on Saturday, 17th of March, 2018. All staff members of Year 3 to 6 met in the Senior Library at 8:30AM for a workshop conducted by the Vice Principal Ms. Deepa Vinod. The focus of this workshop was on enriching the staff members in preparation for the possible STEM questions and reinforce them with activities to correlate the Depth Of Knowledge (DOK) to enhance the learning process.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.

During the course of the seminar, every teacher was meticulously led into a deep insight on how one can best cater to the allround development of the learners in the classroom. Staff members were encouraged to work zealously in order to tap every learner’s ability by challenging them to the maximum. This interactive session was not only informative but more importantly very fruitful in driving home the point. The session came to an end at 10:00 AM.


DUBAI VISION SCHOOLS COMPETITION The Briefing Conference on Dubai Vision Schools Competition took place on the 5th of March, 2018 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 PM at Shaikh Rashid Centre for Cultural Understanding- Bastakiya Rashid Centre for Cultural The guests were apprised with the following points: ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢

The Competition’s theme is “Connect and Co-create: UAE Schools in Joint Action for Sustainability”. The organizers will pair participating private schools with Public Schools selected by the UAE Ministry of Education. Both the schools will be geographically close to each other and will have student members from the same gender and same age group. One project from the given options will be submitted by the school. Partner schools will be meeting to discuss and create the project as per need and when they meet they must present their meetings on the social media and hashtag the organizers. Schools will be shortlisted and final names will be sent via email by 6th April, 2018. First workshop will be conducted on 16th April, 2018. It is mandatory to represent at all the events as it will reflect on the commitment of the schools. Final project will be submitted in October, 2018 . The project must reflect the following elements: Sustainability, Culture, Expo 2020 vision, Dubai vision, innovation-year of Zayed, Conservation., One major prize and one special award will be awarded in November 2018 to the best partnering schools during an “Awards Ceremony” to be held in the UAE Ministry of Education premises, with a lot of special guests.

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Competition package and all the details will be also be emailed.


PARENT-TEACHER MEETING YEAR 11,AS,A2 Parents, along with teachers, play a very important role in developing a student’s set of learning skills, and a proper parent-teacher communication is a indeed a necessity. The class teachers and the subject teachers of Year 11 to 13 assembled in the MP Hall by 12:45PM. Parents and teachers had a fruitful time discussing the students’ performance.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


CIRCLE TIME ACTIVITY YEAR 7 AND 8

March was the month of language and thus the students who study French performed various circle time activities such as; writing about their favourite teacher, reading poems , celebrating women’s day, making cards etc… Urdu and French along with the trait Purpose, several activities were carried out to spark the creativity among students. The activities included Urdu poetry writing, Reading French Blog, Video display and talk on recycling Mobile phones, writing Urdu quotes and so on.

Urdu/ French activity

Video on Mobile phone recycling

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018. Art/Humanities activity ❖ The purpose of poetry -was highlighted, as it is a linguistic and a historical tool which enables passing of stories between generations. ❖ Student activity were dedicated to commemorate International women’s day. Students prepared different cards for their teachers. These cards reflect their respect and regards for their teachers. ❖ March was the month of language and the purpose of the French students was to show gratitude towards the teachers and the leaders, also emphasizing the essence of reading and writing. Students marked the day International Women's Day- March 8th, by designing cards.


ASSEMBLY REPORT YEAR 9 TO 13

Lamguage – French Assembly, Positive Trait- Purpose

Theme:- The Purpose of Reading

“He that loves reading has everything within his reach”. —William Godwin

Students of French department organized an assembly to accentuate the purpose of reading, as it exercises the mind and provides room for The FS 2 teachers had extended creativity an invitation to viewunderstanding, a lesson presentation in their child’s imagination, and develops thus preparing for action. Students during the first weekoneself of March; between 4-8communicated March 2018.this message very clearly in French, and shared the essence of reading for it is a starting step of many things, which build a more solid stairs for one to climb up achieving something big out in the world.

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TREASURE HUNT ACTIVITY ON PI DAY

On 14th March 2018, Pi day was observed as it is a national celebration of the Mathematical Constant π (pi), a much-awaited, very interesting and enthusiastic activity was conducted during the seventh and eighth lessons: a Treasure Hunt Activity which students were eagerly waiting to participate.

The students who were involved in Treasure Hunt were divided into four teams. Each team was headed by a teacher. The list is as follows: Team-3 - Chongzhi Team-2 - Archimedes Team-1 - Jones Photographer - Izha Photographer - Maarij Photographer - Deva Teacher-in-charge- Mr Manoj Teacher-in-charge - Ms Naslin Teacher –in –charge - Ms Vandana I. Ruth I. Neda I. Arwa II. Halima II. Javeria II. Marjan III. Montasser III. Bardia III. Hassan IV. Bilal IV. Junaid IV. Muazam Khan Team - 4 - Buffon Photographer - Nourin Teacher-in-charge- Ms Lathika I. Eisha II. Noor III. Najeeb IV. Morteza

The treasure hunt activity incorporated technology involving QR Codes which students had to scan from a given destination that led them to downloading ”klikaklu” app. The involvement of students along with their teachers in solving the questions and acquiring hints to reach the place where the treasure was hidden was spectacular to witness.

It was really a healthy game which showcases a combination of present-mindedness, and andtomathematical skills. This activity focused on observation and The FS 2 teachers had extended anphysical invitation view a lesson presentation in their child’s class well as creative interpretation. The winners of the treasure hunt will be during the first week of March;description betweenas4-8 March 2018. the first students to reach the final destination and find a gift as a treasure they competitively looked for. The treasure was found in the room of Ms. Deepa Vinod, the Vice Principal, where it was located by TEAM-3 guided by Mr. Manoj.

The members of the team were awarded by a treasure box full of gifts and chocolates by Ms. Deepa Vinod and Ms. Dhannya, HOD Mathematics.


The Runner-up team was TEAM-4 guided by Ms Lathika. This entire activity was conceived, designed, and planned by Mehak Khanani and Hania, co-ordinated by Maarij, Devagayathri, Izha, and Nourin under the guidance of Ms. Lathika Nair. The Treasure Hunt Activity was successful because of the immense support and encouragement given by Ms. Aisha Thasneem, Seconday Supervisor, and Ms. Dhannya.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.


ANNUAL CARNIVAL ✓ On 22nd of March, The Oxford School hosted much awaited carnival, which not only give plat form to students to display their hidden talents but also to parents to by having painting and cooking activities for parents. ✓ The theme of the carnival was water conservation where not only all wore blue but some activities were also setup by students and teachers to spread awareness about water conservation. ✓ This time our school have sold entry tickets to raise funds to support schools in different parts of the world. ✓ Moreover the school had a lot of cultural cuisine stalls where they served Arabic, Indian and other traditional foods with mouth watering Chat stalls which was the most liked stall by all.

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✓ Taking about the gifts parents who participated in salad making and painting competitions and won were awarded with different gifts like Food factory, Laptop etc. The program end with a raffle dray where the grand price was a day stay at 5 star hotel with family and second and third winner was given gifts as washing machine and 49” HD tv. ✓ Overall, the carnival was a great way for students and teachers to let go all the stress and enjoy at their fullest.


EUROPE TRIP BRATISLAVA, BUDAPEST,VIENNA

The Europe tour was organized in collaboration with an experienced travel company which has conducted many international tours with different schools of UAE.

In The Oxford School we believe in holistic based education and want our students to be part of different activities which will help them to learn through experience. This journey took children and school team to the cities of Bratislava, Budapest and Vienna. The school has offered this fascinating adventure at a very special price of approximate AED 4975 (exclusive of Schengen Visa) payable in three installments. The cost of the trip includes return airfare on direct flights, accommodation in 4-star hotels, sightseeing, all meals, all tours and transport on private coach and travel insurance.

The FS 2 teachers had extended an invitation to view a lesson presentation in their child’s class during the first week of March; between 4-8 March 2018.

First destination was Bratislava where children had city tour seen presidential palace, Bratislava castle, old town, Micheal’s Gate, Opera house and Dom St. Martin and Devin Castle. It was a day stay where we had over night stay and left for Budapest by road. On the way to Budapest we arrived at Ba’bolna farms where we visited one of the world’s oldest and finest National stud farm where they breed world class horses. The guide took them to the stud farm museum hall where different breeds of horses and their achievements were displayed. After the stud farm the team headed towards the national museum where children got amused to see such old artifacts from Hungarian era till ottoman time. After spending some time the children spent evening on Danube cruise and took a lot of pictures of the magnificent historic city and enjoyed the chilling breeze with coffee.

In Budapest children also visited Hero’s square, Gallert Hill, Buda castle, Va’rkert Bazir, Matias church Fishermen’s Bastion, Parliament house, Bazilika etc. In evening children visited Europe largest Tropicarium and the day ended with shopping. 4TH Day the group reached one of the finest city of the world Vienna, Austria. Where the group had city tour, Ring Strasse, Hofburg Museum, and visit to Schonbrunn palace. The group also vsited Medam Tussauds & Giant Ferri wheel ride. The trip was a great success and children enjoyed a lot. It was a roller coaster ride of 6 days where the group had their private tour bus and a local guide in each city.


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