Going out means discovering the world in a natural and spontaneous way. This is how the child's curiosity, critical thinking and sensitivity to the challenges of today's world (ecology, environment, society) develop.
All this obviously requires space and time to open up to the world. EIS SCHOUL sees itself as a cosmopolitan institution and tries to integrate its surroundings, nature, the community, the region and many other learning opportunities into its daily work. Therefore, spontaneous or planned educational trips are regularly included in school and extracurricular life.