As the holidays approached, children at a kindergarten school in the Italian city of Turin were getting a much-needed break from schoolwork.
The school had been hit hard by the earthquakes in 2011, and the head of the school’s board had decided that students needed to spend time with their parents and grandparents to make up for lost time.
This was no easy task for the school to manage, with a total of 40 kindergartens across the city being closed because of the tsunami.
However, the head’s decision was rewarded with a kindergarten teacher position, as well as a boost to morale at the school.
In the meantime, the school had received several offers of help from teachers around the country, and now has a specialised team of four dedicated to helping students through the Christmas break.
We spoke to the head, who explained that the school is looking for a new kindergarten teacher who would help with social activities, including giving the kids a break from work.
The head of one of the schools we visited said that he would love to see this kind of approach adopted in other countries, and that it is “a lesson in how to manage our school.”
He said: “Our school has been the victim of a lot of disasters, and it is difficult to prepare students to handle this kind, as it requires a lot more time.
But we have to take it in stride. “
The school has lost a lot, and so we have no choice but to do the best we can.
The school’s head said that teachers were able to do a lot in this kind. “
We are lucky to have such a well-trained teacher, and we are thankful for all the support we have received from around the world.”
The school’s head said that teachers were able to do a lot in this kind.
He said that the principal of the kindergarten school was able to help him “get a lot done”.
The head added that he had met with the head before the earthquake and the staff of the institution “were very open about their feelings”.
“We can now work together,” the head said.
“I think the head is doing a great job.”
In addition to the school, the Head of the School of Education in Turin, Francesco Brescia, told Football Italias that the community has also been very welcoming, with children coming to the new kindergarten with a special focus on Christmas and Easter celebrations.
The head said the staff at the kindergarten were all volunteers, but the school was looking for “a new head to help”. “
They have a special interest in the holidays, and I hope that they can share this with their families.”
The head said the staff at the kindergarten were all volunteers, but the school was looking for “a new head to help”.
The school has also had the opportunity to visit the devastated city of Palermo to visit people affected by the earthquake.
“It is a pity that they are having to move on and have no more children to care for, but it is a lesson that the whole of society has to learn. “
“In our schools, we have always had a special relationship with our students, and this is something we will always remember.””
In our schools, we have always had a special relationship with our students, and this is something we will always remember.”