Health days at the International linguistic school successfully coincided with good October weather. Many classes chose the most fascinating routes and went Hiking: some decided to conquer the mountains, some to explore the FORTS, some to explore the picturesque surroundings of Vladivostok.
- My class and I explored Fort #10, - says Leonid Dronov, a student of class 7M1. - We were told how it was built, how soldiers served there, its significance for the defense of Vladivostok. We learned a lot from the history of Vladivostok. It turns out that this Fort was military until 2005! And now it is a Museum under the open sky.
- Trips with the class to Pidan have already become a tradition for me, - explains the choice of the route curator of the 11th class Valentina Nikolaevna Kovaleva. – We were accompanied by computer science teacher Anton Sergeevich Glupak and cultural Studies teacher Stanislav Sergeevich Gerasimov. Once they were my students, but now we are colleagues and together we lead our students.
- Nothing unites children like a hike, - says the 4th-grade teacher Elena Anipko. – I was convinced of this when I was a schoolgirl myself, and now I continue the tradition of my teachers. With the fourth-graders, we went to the crow's claw rock. The path went through a beautiful autumn forest. And from the first steps, our guide taught the children how to walk along the forest road, how to talk in the forest, how to use the rope when climbing and descending, if suddenly there is such a need. A bonus for all of us was the fragrant taiga tea and spectacular views of the suburbs of Vladivostok!
More than 200 students of the International linguistic school took the opportunity to take a walk with their curators and learn a lot about the history of Vladivostok and the Primorsky territory.
"Health days are a traditional event in our school," says Olga Shevchenko, Director of the International linguistic school. – We strive to use all the opportunities to make the children more outdoors, and when the walk is accompanied by useful information-it's just wonderful! I fully agree with our teachers that trips unite and give an opportunity to reveal the noblest qualities of children.