Children's One Day at National Monument, Savar DHaka

At DISS (Daffodil Institute of Social Sciences), we believe that learning extends beyond the classroom. It's about experiencing the world, embracing history, and nurturing young minds. On a bright and sunny morning, our young explorers embarked on an exciting journey to a national monument, a place that echoes the tales of our nation's past. With their eyes wide open and curiosity in their hearts, the children of DISS set out to discover the wonders of our heritage. As they entered the grand gates of the monument, they were greeted by a towering structure that seemed to touch the sky. It was a moment of awe and wonder. 


The day was filled with history lessons that came to life. Our enthusiastic guides shared captivating stories of the monument's significance, the heroes it commemorates, and the events it witnessed. The children listened intently, absorbing every word with enthusiasm and admiration. But it wasn't just about the past. It was a day of laughter, fun, and camaraderie. Picnics on the monument's lush green lawns, games of tag among the ancient columns, and shared snacks under the shade of historical trees - these moments were etched into the memory of our young adventurers.


As the day drew to a close, the children returned to DISS with hearts full of newfound knowledge, inspiration, and the joy of experiencing history firsthand. 


We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who made this educational adventure possible. Together, we are shaping child minds and creating memories that will last a lifetime.