SIPFLS Outdoor Team Building Activities
In order to cultivate students' teamwork spirit and collaboration,
And expand the richness of extracurricular activities.
Recently, students from International High School visited Yuyangshan,
And participated in the outdoor team building activities.
Outdoor survival games, garbage sorting games, puzzle & mystery boxes...
Let's take a look.
What is the purpose of this SIPFLS outdoor activity?
What did students gain after this event?
It was a bright sunny day. The seventh, ninth and tenth grade students from International High School arrived at Taihu Lake scenic area with their teachers and coaches. To make sure that everyone was comfortable and familiar with each other, an ice-breaking game took place in the beginning. Students were divided into 10 teams, and each team decided their own leader, team name and slogan before the outdoor event.
How to use an outdoor fire pit or filter water? How to quickly identify outdoor topographic maps? After the intense tug-of-war, the coach taught everyone about the most practical outdoor survival skills, hoping to cultivate students' ability to take care of themselves in wild places.
After a short lunch break, they headed for Yuyangshan scenic area and later were assigned four group tasks, including energy ball pass, garbage sorting games, puzzle & mystery boxes, and hidden clock-ins.
Energy Ball Pass: Each team works collaboratively to pass the ball until it reached the designated cup.
Garbage Sorting Games: Each team puts 10 different types of garbage into the correct trash cans.
Puzzle & Mystery Boxes: Each team completes the puzzle before the end of the competition, and all members sign their names on the back of the puzzle, and finally someone hands it to the coach.
Hidden Clock-ins：Each team searches for the hidden clock-ins based on the clues.
In this event, our students made full use of their wisdom, applied the comprehensive knowledge they had learned to complete various group tasks, and eventually honed their will and improved their personality.
This outdoor event is an extension of the SIPFLS off-campus extracurricular activities. The school has paid equal attention to scientific literacy education and humanistic spirit education. It seeks to hook learners’ interest in different subjects, increase the breadth of their academic knowledge, and help them acquire necessary skills within a broader curriculum.