School of the Nations is proud of the opportunities presented to our pupils in the form of school trips.
A considerable amount of thought is put into providing trips which are both diverse and valuable in a child’s wider development, enabling pupils to travel and discover how what they are learning in the classroom setting is applied in Kenya and the world around them.
In the lower school, the students have the opportunity to attend a number of educational day trips every term. For example, the Year 2’s visit The Animal Orphanage while learning about animals, and the Year 3’s visit a farm where they learn more about plants and how they grow.
The Year 4 children are introduced to overnight trips. Previously they have spent time in Naivasha where they visited the geothermal power plant, Lake Naivasha, and the Elsamere flower farm. The Year 5 class spends two nights in Nakuru visiting various locations such as the Nakuru National Park, the Lake Bogoria hot springs, and the Thomson waterfalls. The Year 6’s have a two night trip touring regions in the Great Rift Valley while studying volcanic activity.