On October 19, the traditional Autumn Ball took place within the walls of the Paju School. This time it was dedicated to the fairy tales of H.H. Andersen. Connoisseurs of fairy tales and lovers of ancient dances from Pähklimäe School, Language Lyceum, Orthodox Gymnasium, Kesklinna School and Paju School were able to demonstrate on this day not only their knowledge of ballroom etiquette, but also their ability to easily and gracefully perform difficult dance steps.
This day turned out to be bright and kind at Pai school. According to tradition, students met teachers at the entrance to the school and presented them with small gifts made with their own hands. And then there was a concert! What wonderful songs our school choir and soloists from grade 6a prepared! Young dancers from grade 3a showed a new dance. The teachers who performed their first vocal performance were rewarded with thunderous applause. However, this time there were many who performed for the first time, so more experienced artists actively supported the debutants.
On September 27, a group of students from 6F and 6D with their class teachers attended an exciting lesson at the Narva Museum, dedicated to the era of the Crusader knights, who
lived in our castle. The children learned how the life of knights was organized, what clothes they wore, how they protected themselves with helmets and chain mail. We tried on the visor,