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Coping with perpetual motion

Coping with perpetual motion

After the first half-term with my new class of six- to eight-year-olds, I had grown used to dealing with each child’s unique behaviour traits and charming idiosyncrasies. However, it was apparent that one particular student (we’ll call her “Child X”) was out of my control.  More hyper than the Duracell Bunny, more attention-seeking than aMiley Cyrus video, Child X simply could not - or would not - sit still and stop talking, no matter what I did. I was clean out of ideas.

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