We help our students to develop their personal interaction skills away from school as well as in it. With this in mind, 5th graders from group 5M3 tried their hand at a game of laser tag against other children of the same age.
Our students skillfully laid in ambush and prepared a trap for their unsuspecting opponents. Now they know what it means to go shoulder to shoulder, helping their wounded comrades and sharing weapons. One team had a sniper (who attends lessons at a shooting club); he dealt brilliantly with every task, and his team was never defeated in battle.
"In the fresh forest air on a warm October day our 5th graders were hot with emotions and impressions," explains Anna Pokotilo, a member of the 5th-grade parents' committee. "Our students felt the strength of friendship and mutual assistance, and we hope this will help them as they progress through their years in school."