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  • In the end, Fell argued, the school feels like the exercise is nothing but beneficial for the students, including its kids with special needs.

    Fell explained that the topic was appealing to all of the fourth-graders, including kids with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Difficulties) difficulties "or those who find accessing work more difficult too."

    "I have been a teacher for 30 years and this is, in my judgement, an appropriate, engaging and exciting thing that children aged 8 and 9 have done. They have been so up for it," he said.

    The school said it has no plans for pulling the activity from the children's curriculum because of its unwavering belief in the activity.

    "I am really looking forward to see the quality of the outcomes. We are not trying to keep this a secret and we will be Tweeting about the rest of exercise today," Fell said.

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