Staford School organised a field trip to a farm house for the pre-primary students. A farm visit that explores how food is grown and how animals are raised is an ideal way for city children to understand and connect with where their food comes from. By learning how a farm works, children experience the natural world in a new way and make a vital connection between the social, ecological, and economic importance of agriculture in their lives.
The students were amazed to see different types of fields. Each had different vegetables. It was very informative to see how some vegetables were under ground and some were above. Apart from this we also visited Spinach field, bottle guard field, and carrot, cabbage and cauliflower fields. Children were also excited to see the farm animals and their young ones. There were many swings like see-saw and other swings, which children enjoyed a lot.