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Cameron Highlands teacher’s touching tale of Standard One girl who couldn’t afford school uniform.

“Each time she walks past a mirror, she would look at her reflection and blush. As soon as she enters the classroom, her classmates would applaud and she would continue to blush,” @bungolale wrote.

The Pahang teacher explained that the student registered late because her family had just returned to the rural town in Cameron Highlands. She suspected the girl’s father forgot his daughter was ready for school before a check on records revealed the girl had turned seven. “So her dad brought her to school and she wore whatever she had because they could not afford a school uniform.“It’s a little big but Suraini happily wore them. She must be proud to see the new her, to be the 'same' as her classmates,” @bungolale wrote.The series of tweets have been receiving praise from social media users who thanked the teacher for her efforts.

 

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