A Trip to Haller Park for SBM Lower Primary Classes

By Peter Keyruby
Classes 1, 2 & 3 get ready for their trip to Haller Park

Pupils learn a lot by observing. The trip to Haller Park was of great experience to the pupils in classes 1, 2 & 3 as they had the opportunity to view animals which they only see on their course books. The pupils were very excited to join Madams Jane, Odelia and Elizabeth as Haller Park has been transformed from quarry wasteland to an ecological area where lots of plants & animals live.

All the pupils stared in wonder at the crocodiles

With the help of the tour guide, pupils learnt a lot about the animal’s lifespan, feeding habits and their behaviours. The children asked so many questions as they just crave knowledge and this was an opportunity for them to see many animals they had only read about.

Madam Odelia with the giraffes

The experience had a positive impact on their lives as many rarely had a chance to explore other places of the country away from their village. Being an outdoor learning activity, learning was fun and students could interact with teachers more freely. The children had a wonderful day and enjoyed a tasty lunch prepared by the support staff at SBM School, for many this was an extra treat as food prices are so high at the minute that may parent are struggling to feed their families.

A tasty lunch was enjoyed by all

We would like thank the administration for planning the trip to be a success and all donors & sponsors for their devoted commitment & support towards SBM. Thank you all very much and may God bless you immensely.

All very interested in the animals

One Response to “A Trip to Haller Park for SBM Lower Primary Classes”

  1. Elaine Stockton July 3, 2017 at 8:03 pm #

    This is a great place for the children to visit and they all seemed to enjoy it. God bless all your work

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