The winter season is here…it’s time for picnic, to go out and enjoy the bright sunshine with classmates. It is also a time to bond and mingle with the faunal counterparts.
Little Stafordians along with their teachers visited the Ganga Aquarium which is situated at National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources (NBFGR), Lucknow on Friday, 15th December 2017. This excursion was undertaken to make the students aware of the marine life and explore their classroom learning.
“Ganga Aquarium” had a very welcoming atmosphere. They also explored the large aquarium containing over 100 fish species from Africa, Asia North and South America. They were excited to watch deadly piranhas, tiny tetras, beautiful ornamental gold fishes, koi,carp, angles alligators, sting rays, ghost fish, river shark, cat fish, tiger fish, gold fish and several other types of fishes. The ‘silver fish’ was a ’hit’ among the students.
The trip was fun, yet an educational experience for the little ones. The fieldtrip culminated with classroom discussion based on the observation made by the students.
All in all, it was a very exciting trip for the students.