If you’ve been looking to conduct an educational tour for your students, it’s important to consider some fun, interactive school trip games. Most importantly, these games should also help students learn some important lessons or skills. Outdoor trips are considered to be the most effective way to ensure that students engage and learn in an informal setting. However, even regular day programs, activities and excursions can also prove to be beneficial.
Every tour operator provides a different kind of program. At Renok Adventures, we’ve designed a certain program to help students learn various life-skills within a short period of time. In this post, we’ve tried to give an overview of this program, and have even listed some school trip games that prove to be fun and interactive.
Brief Itinerary & School Trip Games
08:30 AM: Welcome note to the participants. Team division and activity roster allocation, and explanation on how activities rotate. Teams are made with 30 participants in each team.
09: 15 AM: Drinks break – Fruit squash with snacks
10:00 AM: Morning Team Activities – Life Skill based activities
- Tent pitching
- The Great Indian Rope Trick
- Treasure Hunt
- Blind Sheep
- Pipe and Marble
02:00 PM: Lunch time
03:00 PM: A number of activities, especially adventurous, on rotation (subject to change)
- Rappelling over school walls
- Flying Fox
- Double Rope Bridge
- Monkey Crawl
- Commando Net
We hope that you’d have fun playing these school trip games, and would include them in your itinerary. In case you’re looking for an experienced field tour operator, Renok Adventures will be a good choice. We have comprehensive experience in organising school tours, and even provide customized packages based on your requirements. To get in touch with our team, please click here.