Mrs. Shreyan Singh is a wonderful teacher. She teaches in a school named Riverview Elementary. She is special because she can do so many amazing things. She can sing beautiful songs, write poetry that makes people smile, tell stories that are like magic, and even make boring essays sound interesting. She is also great at talking in front of everyone and making it seem easy.
One sunny day, Mrs. Singh has a surprise for her class. The students, including Milan, Keya, Sweety, and Lovely, are very excited. They chat and whisper to each other.
Milan whispers to Keya, “I wonder what Mrs. Singh has in that shiny box.”
Keya whispers back, “I don’t know, but it’s always fun when she surprises us.”
Sweety grins and says, “I hope it’s not a super hard poem again.”
Lovely, who loves adventure, raises an eyebrow and says, “I’m ready for anything. Mrs. Singh’s classes are the best!”
Then, the classroom door opens, and Mrs. Singh walks in, holding a pretty box with a big ribbon. Everyone falls quiet and looks at her with big, curious eyes.
Mrs. Singh smiles and says, “Good morning, class! Today, I have something special for you.”
Milan can’t wait and asks, “What’s in the box, Mrs. Singh?”
Mrs. Singh chuckles and says, “Well, that’s a secret for now, but it will make today’s lesson unforgettable.”
The students are so excited. They can’t wait to see what’s in the box.
For the next few weeks, Mrs. Singh’s class is full of fun and creativity. She teaches them how to write poems that sound like music, stories that feel like adventures, and essays that are like a puzzle to solve. She even teaches them how to speak in front of everyone without feeling scared.
One day, though, Milan, Keya, Sweety, and Lovely are late for class, and they are being a bit noisy. Mrs. Singh, who is usually very kind, has to be firm with them to make them listen. She wants to help them learn, but they don’t like it.
Milan whispers to Keya, “Why is Mrs. Singh being so serious today?”
Keya whispers back, “I don’t know, but it’s making me uncomfortable.”
Sweety sighs and says, “I miss the fun Mrs. Singh.”
Lovely adds, “Yeah, she’s not herself today.”
Finally, they decide to complain to the principal about Mrs. Singh’s behavior. They think she has changed too much.
The principal is surprised because she doesn’t know Mrs. Singh very well. So, she starts asking questions and talks to other students too.
They find out that Mrs. Singh is always caring and wants her students to do well. She is just trying to make sure everyone can learn and have a good time in her class. Milan, Keya, Sweety, and Lovely realize that they have misunderstood her.
They talk to Mrs. Singh and apologize. She forgives them and is happy that they all understand each other better. The class goes back to being a happy and creative place.
Mrs. Singh: (with a gentle but firm tone) Milan, Keya, Sweety, Lovely, can I talk to you for a moment after class?
Milan: (nervously) Uh, sure, Mrs. Singh.
After the class ends, the students gather around Mrs. Singh’s desk.
Mrs. Singh: (kindly) I notice that things are a bit rough in our class lately. I want to understand what’s going on.
Keya: (hesitating) Well, Mrs. Singh, we feel like you’re being too strict today, and it makes us uncomfortable.
Sweety: (nodding) Yeah, we miss your fun and creative lessons.
Lovely: (apologetic) We didn’t mean to complain to the principal. We just thought you had changed.
Mrs. Singh sighs and sits down, looking at her students with a warm smile.
Mrs. Singh: (softly) I understand how you might feel that way today. I promise you, my intention has always been to help you learn and grow. Sometimes, I need to be firm to make sure everyone can enjoy the class and learn effectively.
Milan: (reflecting) We didn’t see it that way, Mrs. Singh. We’re sorry.
Keya: (apologetic) Yeah, we didn’t realize how much you care about us.
Sweety: (regretful) We should have talked to you first instead of complaining.
Mrs. Singh: (forgiving) It’s okay, everyone. Misunderstandings happen. What’s important is that we communicate and understand each other better. I’ll try to find a balance between being fun and keeping the class focused. And I hope you’ll also try to be more attentive and respectful in class.
Lovely: (grateful) Thank you, Mrs. Singh. We’ll do better.
Mrs. Singh: (encouraging) That’s all I ask. Let’s work together to make our classroom a place of creativity, learning, and respect