Suje's students learn by experience that the craftsman who deals with woodworking and makes various items out of wood, called a "carpenter" and this art is called "carpentry".
From time to time in the workshops they will use beech tree, which finds people resting in its shade with fragrant linden heralding the arrival of summer. Or they will use oak tree, which is known to have put children to sleep on swings that have been built on their branches for years. Due to this each of our students leave the workshop happy.
In this workshop, children from Suje learn to dream with mathematics, physics, and chemistry. Analytical thinking skills develop. They understand the importance of being a team, being one, being united. They learn to be producers, not consumers. They know they have the freedom to make mistakes.
They discover mechanical, kinetic, robotic systems with their hands.