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On Friday Mrs Fuiru held back one of her classes at the end of school because a load of the students had been talking and disrupting the lesson. She told them that they just needed to stay in the room, in absolute silence, for three minutes.
Three minutes of silence. No talking. No chairs squeaking. No noises of any kind.
Including no laughing.
She set the timer. Three minutes. If she heard a noise, she would reset it, and the three minutes would have to start again. Silence. Three minutes. No more. No less.
The class sat in silence. They were ready. They would not talk. They would not shuffle. They would not giggle or snicker or laugh.
Then Mrs Fuiru started dancing.
They were in the room for more than 30 minutes.