Children of Kigali Parents School talk about their happy times and dreams

. “I mostly feel happy when I am with my parents, and when I come to school and score high in my class. I enjoy playing with friends in my free time especially during holiday time.” Marvin Kalisa, 9, P. 3.

. “I mostly feel happy when I am with my parents, and when I come to school and score high in my class. I enjoy playing with friends in my free time especially during holiday time.”

Marvin Kalisa, 9, P. 3.

“Visiting the national park and watching wild animals makes me happy. Another thing that makes me happy is when I see myself as a future lawyer of this country so that I can bring justice to the society. I will also be joyful when I help my parents in the future as a token of love.”

Ivan Mukiza, 11, P 5.

.  “Eating a delicious meal like meat, rice and chips is always my first choice and this makes me happy. I will be so happy if I become the Minister of Education as a dedication to my parents for the care they show me.”

Anaice Teta, 10, P 4.

.  “Studying in a nice school makes me proud of my future. My parents give me all that I need to support my education so that I can perform well in class. I would like to own an industry which will be commonly known for kid’s products in future.”

Rita Mutesi, 11, P. 5

.  “Watching football is what makes every young person would like me happy and I am a Man U fan. When it comes to holidays, I like visiting different parts of the country, like lakes and the national parks, and visiting my grandparents.”

Lione Malinga, 10, P 4

. “Loving and caring parents who are always encouraging me to study very hard so that I become a leader for tomorrow makes me happy. I study hard so that I can enjoy sweet fruits in the future. I enjoy playing with my friends netball during the weekend.”

Patience Akaliza, 8, P3

“Am always happy on my birthday. I invite my friends so that we can have fun when I am cutting the cake. I enjoy playing football and looking at small animals. I want to become a famous businessman in Rwanda.”

Kevin Butera, 10, P. 4

. “Whenever I meet my friends at school and at home I become so happy. My parents contribute a lot to my happiness by giving me necessary advice that helps me to perform well in class.”

Gertrude Uwase, 11, P 5.

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