A good teacher makes a difference

An Alif Ailaan Contributor

Eman Fatima is a grade one student and lives in Mauza Imamu Arayein, Ahmedpur East.

“I like the school. In the morning we pray, then have breakfast before heading out to school. My school is good but there is no playground in it. During the break, my friends and I want to play, but we can’t because there is no playground,” says Eman.

An Alif Ailaan Contributor
Changing Teachers Attitude
Baqir Malik is a teacher at a primary school on the outskirts of Bahawalpur. He loves Urdu and Seraiki literature.

“I’ve good teachers; sometimes I feel afraid of them, but there is one teacher who loves us very much. She is so good all of us want to learn from her the entire day,” she says, adding:

“I want to be a doctor in the future, so I can treat the ill.”

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