circle time
 n.— «He gave the example of what is called “circle time” in primary schools, which, he said, used to be a chance for pupils to sit down at the end of the school day and talk about what they had learned. Now youngsters were encouraged to sit around and talk about their feelings instead.» —“Class therapy ‘harming children’” BBC News June 12, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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