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Kuwait Indian School Educational Trip to Arab Organizations Headquarters

Sunday, November 19, 2023
Kuwait Indian School Educational Trip to Arab Organizations Headquarters

"The best education you will ever get is traveling. Nothing teaches you more than exploring the world and accumulating experiences." — Mark Patterson

An educational trip provides an excellent opportunity for students by nurturing experiential learning and fostering their curiosity to discover something new outside the classroom setting. Also it supports the integration of real-world experiences into academic learning , broadening their perspectives and accelerating learning outcomes.

On November 2, 2023, Kuwait Indian School's Grade 11 and 12 students experienced a special day they had eagerly awaited—the educational trip to The Arab Organizations Headquarters. The trip aimed to provide students with a holistic understanding of the diverse region and its global impact. The Arab Headquarters serves as a hub for diplomatic, economic, and cultural activities, making it an ideal destination for students to extend their perceptions.

The Arab Organizations Headquarters Building is situated outside Kuwait City in Shuwaik. It stands as one of the most exhilarating examples of innovative architecture to emerge in Kuwait, blending modern architectural techniques with traditional artisan crafts from different Arab countries. Completed in 1994, it is home to four major Arab organizations: the Arab Fund for Social and Economic Development, OAPEC (Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries), the Inter-Arab Investment Guarantee Corporation, and the Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Company.

Standing tall against the azure sky, the beautiful building captivates onlookers with its majestic presence and exquisite architectural design. Its façade is a harmonious blend of timeless elegance and modern innovation, a testament to the seamless integration of the past and the present. The students were welcomed by the representatives and the proficient guide, Mr. Ibrahim Essa, who was presented with a bouquet as a symbol of the profound gratefulness felt by the students and staff. As they delved into the narrative, they apprehended the transformative impact of the guide's wisdom, which helped them to capture everything undoubtedly.

Upon entering, they were greeted by a world of opulence and refinement. The interior of the building reflects the external splendor, with sweeping staircases, vaulted ceilings, and expansive halls that exude an air of sophistication. It integrates cultures from Tunisia, Syria, Morocco, Egypt, and, of course, Kuwait. This fusion of cultures creates a unique and sophisticated atmosphere, inviting visitors to explore the interconnected threads of history, culture, and economics that define the Arab world. The trip to the Arab Headquarters presented a unique opportunity for students to gain firsthand insights into the rich cultural, historical, and economic aspects of the Arab world.

We are grateful to our respected Principal, Mrs. Sabahat Khan, for this remarkable opportunity, and it was a delightful experience for all the students and the teachers. The trip concluded with a reflection session under the guidance of a group of teachers: Mr. Mahmood, Mr. Shano John, Mrs. Manju and Mrs. Nasreen Shaikh, where students shared their insights about the newfound knowledge that they could apply in their academic pursuits. The trip served as a catalyst for personal growth, fostering teamwork, curiosity, and encouraged them to embrace a holistic approach to learning. is now on WhatsApp Channel    Follow Channel

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