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Susan Fuiavailili, Teacher’s Aide:

"I think when he sees that he’s achieved something it’s great to acknowledge it, I find. Because I don’t think he might not realise at the time that he’s done something amazing. Might not be in the same level of the other children but he might go – ‘oh wow Fiona’, you know. That’s a great moment, you’ve done something really well and I think for him he sees that he’s achieved something that is in some cases [is] probably better than some of the students that he’s working with at the time. So, I think for him it’s been a good encouragement. And helped his learning, so, yeah."