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A list to illustrate some of our school traditions

                    

In September we have our First Day of School ceremony.

There’s also sports and health day “Reipalt koolipinki” which liberally could be translated into English something as “Eagerly and actively to school”.

In October we celebrate National Teacher’s Day.

In November we have a family event related to Father’s day.

In December we announce Christmas Peace. We have our Christmas preparations and Christmas parties.

In February we celebrate Valentine’s Day and Estonian Independence Day.

In March we have Native Language Day.

On the first of April we have April Fools´ Day.  And there are also Easter Celebrations in April.

In May we have a family event related to Mother’s Day.

In June we have end of school year events and school leaving celebration for form 9.

list to illustrate some of our school traditions

In September we have our First Day of School ceremony.

There’s also sports and health day “Reipalt koolipinki” which liberally could be translated into English something as “Eagerly and actively to school”.

In October we celebrate National Teacher’s Day.

In November we have a family event related to Father’s day.

In December we announce Christmas Peace. We have our Christmas preparations and Christmas parties.

In February we celebrate Valentine’s Day and Estonian Independence Day.

In March we have Native Language Day.

On the first of April we have April Fools´ Day. And there are also Easter Celebrations in April.

In May we have a family event related to Mother’s

Day.

In June we have end of school year events and school leaving celebration for form 9.

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