Fourteen students from grades 6 and 7 took off to a 5-day field trip to Cyprus this past November 10th, and we can say they have learned, enjoyed and grown so much from this short yet enriching experience!
The trip focused on exploring the island, visiting its breathtaking coasts and mountains, and on learning about the geological history of Cyprus and its traditions. Along with teachers Riadh and Harang, the boys and girls hiked more than 20 km in total, allowing them to put into practice their navigation skills by using a compass, and planning and following maps and trails for the hikes, which took them through beautiful forests and waterfalls. The stunning island and The Youth Development Agency provided a true education without limits.
Students also had a very meaningful reflection time talking about their emotions and personal growth throughout the trip, highlighting empathy, resilience and their desire to explore.
We feel grateful and proud that all of them are developing into adventurous learners.