- Learning with peers: solidarity and equality.
- By being a safe space where students can share their experience and being free to talk. A child shared his past experience in another school, despite not having liked talking about it previously.
- Children can show their difficulties and weaknesses during this moment.
- One class has become more cohesive as a result
- There is more solidarity among students. If conflicts occurred they appeared to be sincere in telling each other the reason of their anger.
- Seeing parents in the classroom made the students feel more safe.
SEA has enriched the lives of the students. The school has become more open and dynamic as a result.
Teachers have reported that they would like to carry on the practice next year.