Paju school participates in the "HUNT FOR FORMS FROM TEA CANDLES 2022/2023"

AS Kuusakoski is holding this promotion for the seventh time. This year Pai's school also joined the “hunt”. We invite our friends, students and parents to support this action. The goal of the campaign is to make the world around us cleaner, because aluminum does not decompose. In this way, we not only develop waste sorting skills, but we can also make a real contribution to protecting the environment.
Burnt-out aluminum molds from tealights can be brought to school until March 28.

Ah, what a Christmas ball it was!

On December 21, the Youth Parliament of Narva organized a "Christmas Ball" for the pupils of the city. Dancers from different schools of the city gathered in the hall of the Rugodiv Palace of Culture. Beautiful girls and gallant gentlemen waltzed with pleasure, played and took part in original and funny competitions. Payu school was represented by two couples: Saveliy Karasev and Natalya Sidorova, who received the diplomas "King and Queen of Dance" and "The Most Charming Couple" - Daniel Frolov and Alisa Kayava.

"Christmas Wreath" at Paju School

According to tradition, in the last days of December, a game is held at the Pai school on the stations "Christmas wreath". This year, the children were able to make several souvenirs, New Year cards, recall Estonian traditions of celebrating Christmas, dance and play outside. At each station, the teachers were assisted by representatives of the Dela School Council. During these days, fun and a real festive mood reigned in the school!