On June 6, the Day of Museums was held at Paju School. On this day, our younger students went to classes at the Narva Museum and the Art Gallery, while the older ones studied the economy of Estonia and the heyday of Krenholm. However, even the path to the museum can be turned into an interesting lesson, for example, to study the plants that adorn our city, read the poems of A.S. Pushkin (a tradition that has existed for more than one year), repeat the rules of safe behavior in the city and work with the map. So the day turned out to be very eventful and interesting!
On February 14, Paju school students received unusual gifts. Svetlana Smirnova, a resident of Narva, invited our students to get acquainted with the life of plants. So small tomato bushes appeared in our classes. The guys took care of them for several months, watched how the plants develop, how they bloom and even bear fruit. Now our young gardeners know how to properly care for plants in order to get a good harvest!