Field Trips

Field trips serve an important purpose in the Elementary learning journey.  Classroom learning is complemented and made more significant by external learning experiences, providing students with greater understanding of the world around them and a deeper self-knowledge.

Abu Dhabi National Aquarium

Students enjoy learning about land below water at the National Aquarium. The experience develops connections between members of the community and natural animal life and in their environment. It encourages children to preserve the environment and instills values of animal welfare from a young age. 

Art - Children's Museum

The experience of learning is at the heart of the Children's Museum. Centrally located across two floors, this specially designated section of Louvre Abu Dhabi hosts family-focused exhibitions and interactive workshops in Arabic and English. The aim is to inspire young minds by teaching children about artistic techniques and ideas.


This playful experience of community life offers our youngest learners an opportunity to explore a variety of careers, trades and future professions in curious and creative environment. 

Abu Dhabi Children's Library

While at the library, students have the opportunity to listen to a read-aloud and then participate in a song and craft. Students will also be able to tour the library and visit the Arts Center. 

Students are introduced to this wonderful resource which supports early literacy skills in Abu Dhabi.  The theme of the day is literary exploration -- Discovering the books that inspire us!

NYU Arts Center

Our partnership with NYU affords many opportunities for our students to experience diverse genres of performance art and fuels inspiration for their personal productions in art, dance, drama and music.

Organic Farms

Local organic frams like Mazaraa give us a view into life on land and help us envision possibilities for sustainbable farming and healthy living practices in our arid climate. 

Mushriff Park

A trip to the park helps us explore how animals and plants rely on each other to live and grow.  Students investigate what plants need in order to survive and grow.

Abu Dhabi Mangroves

How do plants and animals depend on each other?  How does being in a group affect an animal's ability to survive?  How are animal groups the same and how are they different?  What has been the human impacts on the natural environment around us?

Guided by Ecoventure experts, students explore the flora and fauna of the Eastern Mangroves to get up close and personal with the organisms they've studied in class.  (no swimming or kayaking involved)

Exploring Our Neighborhood

This is related to the Buildings around us and provides the perfect opportunity to explore buildings in the neighborhood and their purposes. Students identify differences in structure and design accompanied by parent volunteers.