Just like every morning, some arrived in groups, laughing and digging each other in the ribs; some were in a bad mood; while others were running because they were late. But on this Monday morning, November 16th, there was a difference: many of the pupils arriving at this private Catholic school, Saint-Michel-de-Picpus, in Paris’s 12th arrondissement, were clutching a white rose in their hand. These were to be laid in the school’s chapel in memory of Romain, 25, an English teacher and former supervisor in the collège – a secondary school for 11 to 16-year-olds – and a pupil’s mother. Both were killed in Friday’s terror attacks in Paris.
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