Excursion of class 5 to Waste to Wonder Park

On February 23, 2024, a group of environmental enthusiasts from class 5 along with their teachers embarked on an enriching journey to 'Waste to Wonder Park', Sarai Kale Khan. The excursion aimed at exploring the blending of art, history, and sustainability.

Upon their arrival at the park, the students were amazed by wonder-inspiring replicas of the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Colosseum, Christ the Redeemer, the Taj Mahal, the Statue of Liberty, and the Eiffel Tower. 

The students were fascinated to see how discarded materials such as scrap metal, automobile parts and waste concrete were ingeniously transformed into intricate sculptures resembling the original monuments. In addition to the monument replicas, the park also includes lush green spaces and landscaped gardens which offered a serene and pleasant picnic atmosphere for the excited students.

The group also saw captivating sculptures of dinosaurs and a toy train, adding an educational and exciting dimension to the visit! The children not only got an opportunity to learn but also to enjoy various rides offered at the park.

Later, the students discussed ways of effective waste management and their contribution to sustaining the environment for future generations. The park left an indelible mark on the young minds, offering a unique blend of wonder and innovation. The park's commitment to sustainability and the artists' ingenious use of waste materials sparked a newfound understanding of the potential of discarded items.

As the students returned from this exceptional journey, they carried memories of the Seven Wonders, a sense of responsibility towards the environment and the possibilities of creative expression through upcycling.