On February 24, at dawn, in the Northern courtyard of the Narva Castle, a festive ceremony of raising the national tricolor on Estonian Independence Day was held. Many residents of the city and the region came to the festive event dedicated to the 105th anniversary of Estonia's independence. The teachers of the Payu school together with the students also took part in the ceremony.
On February 23, the oil week ended at the Paju school. On Tuesday, the guys met Vastlapäev - in the dining room that day they were treated to pea soup and delicious buns - vastlakukkel. And on Thursday for pupils of 1-5 grades there was a big holiday "Vastlapäev-Maslenitsa". The guys once again remembered folk traditions, did creative work and, of course, had fun. Active games on the street were held for them by eighth grade students - members of the School Council of the Cause. And at the end, everyone went to the dining room to eat pancakes!
On February 2, 2023, the VIII Republican competition in Russian language and literature for grades 5-8 was held on the topic: “What did our grandparents and parents read when they were children?” This year, 268 students took part in the competition, including 66 eighth graders.
Participants had to complete 66 tasks based on V. Krapivin's story "The side where the wind is." Our school was represented by 8a grade students Alisa Kayava and Alevtina Baranova. Out of 100 points, they received 83 points each.