Early Years Trip to the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre
The Early Years Children of
KNES visited the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre this week. The Educational
trip was in line with the schools mission to inculcate into students from a
young age an appreciation for the Environment and being part of one human
The students were able to explore
the Natural History Museum which introduced the children to how our planet was formed
and the changes that have occurred over the past 500 Million years. The
children saw dinasours, fossils, live animals and fish as well as they experienced the
different ecosystems that our earth home depend on.
The Cultural centre was a
great way to introduce these young children to the beginning of their understanding
of the environment and the different creatures that make up the life on Earth.
The children will continue to learn how Climate Change and human interactions
will change the world in which they eventually become more of a part and learn
how they can help our environment.
The trip really was a fun time
for the children and they were excited by everything they saw, heard and
interacted with. The children also showed to the public how well behaved, polite and kind they are.
They are on their path to being
responsible Global Citizens!