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07/10/17

Haifa Trip By Shlomit Kanfi – Art teacher

On the 2nd and 3rd of October, approximately 100 students from grades 10 and 11 of both the Cambridge and IB programs  had their very first trip of the school year to Haifa – the third largest city in Israel. We split into Mentor Groups for the activities throughout the trip, which helped us to get to know more people or to get to know the people we already knew better. As we arrived in Haifa, we went to the sites of the Bahai Temple and the Bahai Gardens., Most of us had never heard of the Bahai religion before and it was a completely new and intriguing experience.  Students were impressed by the breathtaking views of the Bahai Gardens and the bay of Haifa.

 

Besides getting to know Israel with its amazing scenery, students also had the chance to see and learn about Christian and Jewish religious sites and  form their own perspectives while respecting religious differences.

In the short breaks between activities, we had time to eat and reflect on the things we saw and learned. There was a lot of new information at every venue, so everybody got tired pretty quickly. The last activity of the first day was a visit to  an Ahmadi mosque, where we got to know more about this lesser-known community of Islam. After the presentation, we got the chance to ask the representatives questions and this caused a pretty heated and very interesting debate.

Looking back at the debate, it is obvious that although we all came here for the same purpose and may have the same basic values, we are all very diverse human beings from different backgrounds with different opinions. This made the trip even more interesting.

The trip left students with great memories from experiences with friends and school staff, and it will be one of many trips that will make up the colourful EMIS experience!