Summed up

From October 31 to November 4, Paju School participated in the "Outdoor Learning Week" as part of the Liikuma Kutsuv Kool project. Many interesting lessons were held during this time. And yesterday we received a letter of thanks for participating in this action.
This time, 180 Estonian schools have decided to spend part of their lessons outside!
You can see the results of this week on the Padlet page.

Curiosity day

On November 17, Narva Paju School joined the initiative of the President of Estonia, Alar Karis, and held a Day of Curiosity.
Together with Marina Jansen, head of the Center for Applied Ecology, we learned how products affect our health, what are harmful and normal additives in chips and sweets, and learned how to recognize eco-labels.

With a compass in Sinimäe

In October, with the support of KIK, students from the 6th and 9th grades of Paju School visited an interesting Maastikumäng class in Sinimäe.
This ecological program included orientation in the area, new knowledge about the Sinimäe landscape reserve, about the relief and the ability to work in a team. During the landscape game, our students not only had to answer questions, but also demonstrate their ability to handle the compass.