Putting on a graduation gown is any ones proud. People have always dreamt to put on these precious graduation gowns right from when they were still young.
While others dream, Honorine recently graduated. Read on and discover when and where she got her degree from.
Chaka: How are you little girl, can you please tell me your names?
Honorine: My name is Honorine Umurerwa.
Chaka: How old are you?
Honorine: I am 5 years old.
Chaka: What is the name of your school?
Honorine: My school is called, Good Foundation School Center for Education.
Chaka: Where do you stay?
Honorine: I stay in Nyagatare town.
Chaka: Honorine, you look different from others why?
Honorine: Today is my graduation day.
Chaka: Graduation day ……so wonderful that is why you look so beautiful?
Chaka: What have you completed?
Honorine: I have completed my nursery.
Chaka: Which class will you join next year?
Honorine: I will be joining P.1.
Chaka: Have you liked the gown?
Honorine: yes I have like the gown.
Chaka: Is it your first Time to put on this gown?
Honorine: Yes it is my first time.
Chaka: Which colour is your gown?
Honorine: It is colour blue and yellow.
Chaka: Wow….that is so good. What have you enjoyed eating on this day?
Honorine: I have enjoyed eating a graduation cake.
Chaka: Honorine what are you carrying in your hands?
Honorine: It is a gift.
Chaka: Who has given you this gift?
Honorine: My mother.
Chaka: Wow! did you say thank you?
Honorine: Yes I did.
Chaka: Thank you very much Honorine, you are such a well disciplined girl.
This interview was held on the closing of term of Good Foundation School Nyagatare in the Eastern province on 25, Oct 2007.
According to her mother, Honorine joined the school when she was timid and so fearful. Honorine is now able to socialise with her friends and to express herself well in English.
Dear Honorine, the Children’s Times wishes you happy holidays.