The children of Haapsalu Primary School marched in a procession to the new house
“My God, what school is this?!” wondered a woman leaning on a bike in the mid-morning of September 1, noticing a group of children marching out of the yard of the old elementary school in Haapsalu. “Ah, this is the elementary school that is moving to a new building!” The woman settled down to look at the breastplate with interest.
Kindergartners in Haapsalu took the example of the French in front of the cupboard doors
French children are much calmer than their Estonian peers, Liivi Veske and Gerti Sild, teachers of Haapsalu Vanalinna Kindergarten Tõrukes House in France, said. The cooperation that started from the Erasmus+ project ended with Haapsalu’s kindergarten teachers being invited to the French Kindergarten Congress this summer, where they also met the French Minister of Education, Pap Ndiaye.
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