Introduction learning days for Puka students were on 3rd and 4th September. We started with a quiz about fish, lakes and Latvia and all the students could test their knowledge about it. In a year we should be more informed in these fields. Jasper Petter, Katariina Oolo and Hegert Härm were the students who got the highest score of points.
Our teacher Aime Soonvald told the students about grayfish and introduced the rules of hobby fishing. Grayfish was relevant because August is the only month when catching it is allowed. On the other hand grayfish is endangered species in Estonian waters. It was very nice and unifying to cook traditional fish soup and taste it. The students got a task to create a presentation on lakes in local Otepää area. The more interested students have already completed the task and they continue translating them in English.
Better overview about running the project activities in Puka School and the participating students and teachers is displayed on information boards on the first floor in our school.