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    A short story devoted to parents whose children find schoolwork hard

    An honoured guest was invited to hand out prizes at an end of school ceremony. The hall was full with pupils, their parents and teachers. They were all cheering as each winner was approaching the stage. ‘The first prise for English goes to…’ A young girl approaches the stage hesitantly. ‘And the first prise for physics…’ A skinny boy shakes the guest’s hand, to the cheers of the crowd. ‘The prize for excellence across the board goes without any questions to….’ And a happy, confident girl comes forward. And so it went on and on, with a parade of proud youngsters being congratulated and handed impressive looking books. Once all…