Education tours are essential for the overall development of a student. They provide valuable educational opportunities away from the classroom without using textbooks and other tools used is usual school setting. Students on educational trips can often learn while having fun in a more informal environment.
Staford School organised an exciting field trip on Tuesday 24th July 2018 for its Primary Section to the ice cream factory. The aim of the visit was to provide practical exposure to the students where they could experience the operations of the making of ice cream.
During the visit, the students were made aware of the stages of milk processing at the plant thereafter the students were explained the process involved in the ice cream production. The students were delighted to see how ice creams are made and packed before they actually reach them.
The young Stafordians learnt the process of making ice creams and were over whelmed with joy and enthusiasm after they had a taste of it too.