“I will reduce my playing hours so that I can read and pass well my third term exams. I will also help my young brother this holiday to do some of his homework.”Dan Tuyishimire, 11, Good Foundation Primary School, P.4.
“Because I have not performed well this term, I will spend the holiday revising very hard so that I can improve my performance in class. I will pray hard so that God can help me to pass.”John Baptist Kwizera, 13, Good Foundation Primary School, P.4.
“I will enjoy the holidays by meeting and visiting friends. When I get up in the morning, I take my breakfast and watch movies.”Mike Mugisha, 12, Good Foundation Primary School, P.4.
“I will read hard so that by next year when I join P.6, I can pass the final exams. I will also visit friends who are brighter than me so that they can help me in some lessons.”Turatsinze Rutayisire, 12, Good Foundation Primary School, P.5.
“I will revise very had so that I can be the first instead of being the second. I will visit my grandmother because I am missing her very much. I will do this with other children at home.” Frank Musoke, 8, Good Foundation primary School, P.4.
“When I get up in the morning, my mother sometimes tells me to mop the house or take care of my young sister until she gets time for her. After that I go to play with friends in the neighbourhood.”Tawusi Uwamahoro, 11, Remera Catholic, P.5.
“Everyday I meet friends and we go for Quran lessons at the Mosque. After there I go to fetch water. When I finish, I ask for permission to go and play with my friends.”
Osama Bugwiza, 7, Mushumbamwiza Primary School, P4.
“In the morning after breakfast, I ask for permission to go and play football with others. I want to be a superstar footballer in the future like Zinedine Zidane.”
Saidi Nizeyimana, 10, Remera Catholic, P.4.