The world is a greater classroom for students to go into the community to learn about people, places and how things work in real life. These activities include science exploration. Activities in going out curriculum consist of outdoor activities where students have the hands-on opportunity to learn about and explore nature and their community. At lower zone, our students are ready for engaged in meaningful learning journeys to spur the creativity and research skills in them.
Our upper zone students demonstrate responsibility within the Montessori environment. This will equip them with the freedom to explore outside the immediate Montessori community. Going out curriculum for the older students focus on molding the students to become a contributing member of the collective classroom community. As they become the contributing members of any community, they take the responsibility to help nurture and maintain the community.