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Nurturing Responsible Citizens: Field Trip to the Traffic Park @ CPSGS ANN

Written by cpsglobalblog

Field trips are a remarkable way to enrich a child’s educational experience. They provide a hands-on and practical approach to learning that textbooks alone can’t offer. Recently, the Grade 1 and 2 students of CPS Global School in Annanagar, Chennai, embarked on an exciting journey to a nearby Traffic Park. This unique outing not only brought smiles to the children’s faces but also instilled in them a sense of responsibility and awareness about road safety and traffic rules, setting a strong foundation for their future as responsible citizens.

The Traffic Park, a hidden gem tucked away in our bustling city, is an experiential learning space that caters to all age groups. For the young learners of Grade 1 and 2, it’s a miniature city complete with traffic signals, zebra crossings, and even tiny vehicles! As soon as the children entered the park, their eyes widened with curiosity, and their faces lit up with excitement.

At a tender age, understanding the significance of road safety is crucial. The Traffic Park provided an ideal platform for our students to get hands-on experience. They learned how to use pedestrian crossings, stop at red lights, and even navigate roundabouts. The practical exposure to these concepts is invaluable, as it’s not just theoretical knowledge but something they can apply in their daily lives.

 The park’s controlled environment enabled the students to practice what they had learned. Under the vigilant supervision of their teachers and the park’s staff, they got to safely cross the road as responsible pedestrians. This experience wasn’t just about following rules; it was about understanding why these rules exist, ensuring their safety and the safety of others.

blend of fun and learning, which left a lasting impression on their young minds.

This field trip not only taught our students about road safety but also made them aware of the responsibilities they carry as future citizens. They realized that adhering to traffic rules isn’t just a choice but a duty, one that ensures their safety and the safety of everyone around them.

As the day concluded, our Grade 1 and 2 students left the Traffic Park with smiles, knowledge, and an enhanced sense of responsibility. The trip served as a reminder that education is not limited to classrooms; it extends to the world outside, where everyday experiences can be transformed into invaluable lessons.

Field trips like these enrich the educational journey of our young learners, and the Traffic Park visit was a memorable step towards nurturing responsible and aware citizens of the future. It is a testament to the fact that some of the most profound lessons in life can be learned through practical and engaging experiences.

So, here’s to our Grade 1 and 2 students, who are now not just equipped with knowledge but also a sense of responsibility and awareness – qualities that will shape them into responsible citizens of the future.




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