Educational trips organized for Alarqam students are important in many ways. Going on an Educational trip means more than simply leaving the school grounds. Trips have a major educational element, but the impact extends much further. When students and teachers are together outside the classroom, new educational environments and experiences are possible. Students may have the opportunity to observe many things that are not available at school.

Students are given a chance to build closer bonds with their classmates, experience new environments and enjoy a day away from the classroom. They may be able to connect on more of a personal level without the constraints of the normal school day. Trips allow students to interact with outside world environment and accustom them to adapt and face challenges outside their comfort zone.

Educational trips foster informal Learning Environment providing valuable educational opportunities away from the classroom, without using textbooks and other tools used in a normal school setting. Students on Educational trips learn while having fun. Some of our Educational trip destinations have staff members who do hands-on teaching with visiting students.  The students are always excited to learn from someone new!

No matter how much students learn during an Educational trip, their favorite memories may be based on their enjoyment of the day. Getting away from school for a day or even half a day is always exciting for students, and Educational trips are always highly anticipated. Students have fun with their friends, and they also return to the classroom with a renewed focus on their schoolwork.


The school organizes trips for the different classes, on a regular basis.  The following rules need to be applied:

  • A student must bring both the trip fee and written approval before the trip day.
  • Students must wear the school uniform on field trips. 
  • Students must come to school on time, as on a normal school day.
  • Students must stick to the schedule of the field trip.
  • Students should uphold the image of the school while on the field trip.
  • Students may not be picked up by their parents from the venue of the trip.
  • There might be special trips for the students who are excelling in a certain area as a reward & for the students who participate in specific extracurricular activities.