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Sweet students

A selection of your classroom anecdotes involving sweet and kind students.

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    I was in charge of a group of students aged six to seven years old. Martin was a sweet blonde boy who every afternoon went to the bus stop with me. When I took the bus, he said goodbye and left. In class he was gentle and a good student, of course. He went for chalks, he looked for a new duster, whatever I need he was always ready to help. One afternoon, we were both walking to the bus stop as usual (he was carrying my books) and I asked him why he didn't go home to have tea or just ...

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