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7979爱陪读 · 文/蔡欣仪
The Arrogant Princess Disappear
7979 Guide & Care · Written by CSG
By this year, Yu Le is 8 years old. She is very naive and cute. She likes to behave in a cute way to gain others adoration.
She was in Standard 1 during 2021. She is one of the student in our Companionship Class in Abundant Grace Assembly of God, Kepong. Due to severity of pandemic, the Companionship Class has to switch to online just after few months of physical class. Thankfully, this has not affected her studies, in fact she improved gradually.
She came from a single parent family background, even though she stays with her dad since young, but her grandmother is the one who raised her up. As grandparent, she doesn’t know how to guide Yu Le, therefore Yu Le’s learning progress had been very slow and a bit lazy. For this one year, our Companionship class teachers had been teaching her patiently, they guided and corrected her, especially on her handwriting. Now, she turns out to be very proactive in learning, she always takes her homework out first and asks the teachers to guide her. Her handwriting is much neater too, and she also becomes their class “little teacher”, she helps the teachers to make sure others complete their homework.
In terms of practical living, Companionship class teachers always reminded and taught her about good characters. As a pampered child with “little princess” attitude, she used to let her grandmother carried her school bag and talked loudly to her. But after she attended Companionship classes, now she carries her own bag and talks to her grandmother politely.
There was one day, when she got full marks in Mathematic exercise, she immediately and happily sent a voice message to her teacher, “Teacher, look I get everything correct!”. Yu Le loves to sing, she always recorded it and sent it to her teachers. This good relationship between student and teachers had also contributed to the relationship of teachers with her grandmother. Their relationship is not one sided, not only the teachers care for the grandmother, the grandmother would also share with them things that happened at home. Sometimes, her grandmother will buy things and gave it to the teachers too.
This new year, our companionship class is back to physical, Yu Le came hand in hand with her grandmother and ran towards us, “Grandma, quickly, I want to meet the teachers and friends in Companionship Class….”.
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