Trips and Excursions

 Mayor World keeps organising excursions and trips as a part of its holistic curriculum.

These trips prove to be rejuvenating as well as educating.


The tour to SHOGI in Himachal Pradesh gave children a firsthand experience of trekking, mountaineering and nature walking.


The Mayorites were exposed to the breathtaking beauty of SHOJA Village in Himachal Pardesh. Participation in a number of adventures activities like rappelling, river crossing and tent pitching filled them with a sense of achievement. The bonfire activities in the evening brought out their talent and spirit of entertainment.


Mayorites experienced another visual treat when they were taken down south in Andhra Pardesh,  to Ramoji Film City – a 2000 acre wonderland, comprising of magnificent film sets, left the children spellbound. They were exposed to different aspects of film making and behind-the-scene efforts put in to bring out the razzmatazz on the silver screen. Hyderabad left everlasting memories on their minds. This visit to Golconda Fort, Hussain Sagar lake, Salargunj Museum and Charminar were rich in experience.


The Lush green valleys and snow capped mountains of Himachal Pardesh welcomed the Mayorites. The trip to Mashobra brought them closer to nature and acquainted them with the flora and fauna of the place.


To beat the heat of the scorching sun of June, Mayorites headed to the Barog pinehills, Himachal Pardesh. The Adventure activities like Flying Fox, Burma Bridge and long treks made children experience oneness with Mother Nature. The five days camp rejuvenated them.


Mayorites had an invigorating trip to Goa that acquainted them with the existence of a different culture in India. Their visit to churches, beaches and other places of historic importance added to their knowledge.


To bring culture that is poles apart under one roof, a group fo thirty children accompanied by five staff members went for a 3 weeks Exchange Program with two leading state schools – Westgate Primary (Morecambe) and Ripley High School (Lancaster).

Students stayed with the families of pupils and teachers and attended various educational workshops conducted at the birthplace of William Wordsworth, William Shakespeare and Cadbury World. Watching ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at Shakespeare Memorial Theatre was a bonanza for them.


A group of students and educators participated in the 10th International Children’s festival of Performing Arts. 40 schools from India and equal number of schools from various countries participated in the competition. Mayor World School was the runner up in the Dance-Drama category.