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FAIPS-DPS ignites cultural immersion with unforgettable journey to France, Belgium

A group of 25 enthusiastic students and two teachers engaged in a variety of cultural activities and gain a deeper understanding of the world around them

  • The tour broadened students’ perspectives and inspired growth beyond the classroom. Starting on March 23rd in Paris, the fashion capital, it led to a thrilling adventure at Disneyland, with captivating rides and a spectacular carnival.

FAIPS-DPS has consistently aimed to offer its students engaging and enriching educational opportunities. In pursuit of this goal, the school organized a six-day tour in March 2024 for students in classes VII to XII, IGCSE, and BC, providing them with an opportunity to immerse themselves in the dynamic cultures of France and Belgium.

A group of 25 enthusiastic students and two teachers engaged in a variety of cultural activities and gain a deeper understanding of the world around them. This experience not only broadened the perspectives of the students but also encouraged them to learn and grow beyond the classroom setting.

The captivating tour that commenced on March 23rd was an incredibly enriching experience. The team’s arrival in Paris, the fashion capital of the world, set the tone for an unforgettable adventure. The first stop was the fabled Disneyland where the group enjoyed thrilling rides and witnessed the spectacular Disney carnival.

The tour then continued with visits to some of Paris’s most iconic landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe and a stroll down the Champs-Elysees, where they admired the splendid architecture and indulged in some shopping for loved ones.

The group also had the opportunity to visit the famous Basilica of Sacré Coeur de Montmartre, the historic Versailles Palace, and, of course, the iconic Eiffel Tower with its stunning panoramic views.

The lively atmosphere of Paris transitioned into a tranquil and scenic journey to Belgium, unveiling an equally captivating yet distinct ambiance. Discovering the Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert in Brussels and venturing into the charming canal town of Bruges left a lasting impact on both the senses and the spirit.

Additionally, the iconic Atomium in Brussels and the awe-inspiring Mini Europe, showcasing miniature versions of European landmarks, were standout moments of the trip.

Each destination the students visited provided them with the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in rich history and breathtaking scenery, free from the distractions of mobile phones and social media. Additionally, the trip offered a chance for the children to indulge in a wide variety of cuisines, ranging from Indian to French, Italian to Lebanese, and even Greek. Every meal was a cherished memory and a unique experience.

As the journey concluded on March 29th, the team said goodbye with fondness to the enchanting lands of France and Belgium. They had acquired priceless experiences, from shopping to being away from family, sharing hotel rooms with friends and teachers, and forging enduring bonds that will endure a lifetime.

On behalf of the management, Mr. Ravi Ayanoli, the Head of the institution, extends gratitude to the parents of the students for their support in offering this fantastic experience to the students.



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