Dear students, do you know what an autumn outing is?
An autumn outing is strolling through the golden forest, searching for the beauty of autumn.
An autumn outing is rolling and playing games on the grass!
An autumn outing is picking up golden fallen leaves and making collages that I love.
Of course, an autumn outing is holding hands with friends and having a picnic!
Students, you are all correct! The students of SUIS Qingpu’s Primary School fulfilled all their expectations on a beautiful autumn day during this wonderful outing. In golden October, accompanied by a gentle autumn breeze, let’s all say “Hi!” to autumn together!
The sky was a crystal-clear blue. The first, second, and third graders arrived at the PANCOAT theme park by bus. With slides, swings, fishing, carousels, and the Moon Odyssey, one fun game after another was enjoyed by the children, who played with all their might and had a blast. Playing with friends is the happiest thing! Under the brilliant sunshine of autumn, students enjoyed the gifts of nature, shook hands with the warm sun, and made friends with the grass. The sound of laughter and the golden scenery blended together, forming a beautiful scene.
On this bright autumn day, let us experience an adrenaline rush with friends! What could have been more thrilling than this? The fourth and fifth graders, who had come to Happy Valley, were divided into groups for independent activities. Friends held hands, pulling each other, their childhood friendships tightly linked together. The thrilling Ferris wheel, the exciting pirate ship, the fun white-water rafting, and the most popular giant swing…the children were eager to try and be challenged by one amusement ride after another. They moved fast and slow, high and low, with bursts of laughter and screams echoing around, not wanting the excitement to stop!
During lunchtime, the delicious snacks and drinks in their bags couldn’t wait to be enjoyed. They wanted to jump out and enjoy the autumn scenery with their friends. Sharing made the flavour of the food richer, and smiles made the candy taste even sweeter.