53秒高效求生—全校應急疏散演練| 53 seconds— Strive for Survival
When the fire alarm started blaring through the school, the first emergency evacuation drill in WAIS officially started. The students soothed the nerves and all faced the emergency calmly. Under the guidance of our teachers, every one marched rapidly and orderly in lines towards the safe zone (the playground) with tissue or clothe covering their mouths and noses.
The emergency evacuation drill is one part of the science popularization themed activities in September, which aims at strengthening our students and teachers safety awareness and the ability of avoiding the danger.
Before the emergency evacuation drill , our teachers repeatedly emphasized the importance of safety in class. Students were taught how to deal with major fires, earthquakes, floods and other disasters.
The scene before the drill was full of easy-going atmosphere: the students were having their delicious afternoon snacks and the teacher was patiently tutoring the students.
Right after the alarm sounded, all the teachers on duty immediately ran to the main evacuation exits and waited to provide assistance with the evacuation efforts. Without fuss or noise, all the students followed the teachers’ instructions.
Look, our students are moving swiftly to the playground as required: covering their mouths and noses with tissue or cloth, staying near to the ground and evacuating.
Under the lead of the teachers, all students gathered together on the playground in an orderly fashion with the classes staying close together and counting the number of students to make sure everyone was present.
“We have made it! The whole emergency evacuation drill only takes 53 seconds.” Said Miss Ni, who is the time keeper of the drill.
In the end, Miss Zhou taught the students a self-rescue song. Come on, chant with us!