Peter taking Sara in when she is cast out of the Seminary - despite his father being unemployed and his mother seriously ill, they not only offer her shelter but help her find work.
Donald Carmichael's kindness towards Sara, including his gift of sixpence, as well as buying matches from her when he sees her out in the cold.
Sara's letter to her mysterious benefactor, who turns out to be her father's friend, Mr. Carrisford. In a touching scene, we see him read the letter and hear Sara's voice speaking the words she has written.
The end of the penultimate episode - in which Becky, believing that she will never see Sara again, trudges up to her attic in tears .. only to find a fire lit in her room, and Mr. Carrisford's servant Ram Dass waiting for her with a letter from Sara.
Sara's reunion with her friends, and their Christmas celebration. Rarely has "Joy to the World" sounded more joyful.
Plenty of them in the live-action drama, seeing how this was based on A Little Princess.
Being severely humilated by Maria and getting hit with tomatoes by her classmates, Seira was about to lose all hope. Finally, Kaito (who had been offered money to go to high school as long as he doesn't help Seira, even angrily yelling at Seira at one point why something couldn't go right in his life for once) chooses to do the right thing and help Seira, getting hit by the tomatoes instead and getting her out of the room and abandoning his chances to go to high school.
And after the Romeo and Juliet play that Seira couldn't be in, Kaito meets up with her after the play was long over and requests to see her performance of Juliet, the role she always wanted to play.
A moment with resident Stoic Kaori after she claims that her family has a policy to keep out of each other's business, which included not coming to Class Visitations. Until her older brother came and simply wanted to check up on her. The smile on her face as he waved at her was not so subtle.