La Colombiere Primary School children and their love for reading

. “I understand reading and learning when I take some notes that will help me to remember what the teacher has taught. This is because as the teacher is teaching, I understand but it’s important for me to have notes for personal revision.” Nancy Umutoni, 11, P5.

. “I understand reading and learning when I take some notes that will help me to remember what the teacher has taught. This is because as the teacher is teaching, I understand but it’s important for me to have notes for personal revision.”

Nancy Umutoni, 11, P5.


. “Reading and learning are two different things but one leads to the other. When you read something, you may understand or fail to understand what you read. When I read and fail to understand, I ask for help from my friends.”
Kena, 11, P.6.

“I make sure I read hard so that I can perform better at school because I believe that I can never excel unless I put much effort in my studies. Excelling depends on how serious you are with reading.”

Bonnie Butare, 11, P.5.

“I mostly enjoy reading about Science and English. I love the two subjects because I am sure that they are the basics. Also science enables me to learn about my personal life, while English is the world communication language.”

Elvis Kwezira, 11, P.5.

. “Reading hard leads to good performance. Of all subjects I find learning Kinyarwanda language so hard. But, I try so much to improve and I think that I can perform better.”

Sama A. Mutale, 10, P.6.

“I do my revision to ensure that I perform well in class. I don’t like performing poorly because it does not make my parents happy. I want to be able to produce good results at the end of the term.”

Astrida Uwicyeza, 12, P.6.

. “I go to school to acquire knowledge that I can use to have a good future. I am aware that it’s through the knowledge we get from school that we can be employed. A good job can lead to good life.”

Brian Nigiro, 12, P.6.

. “If I work hard at school, I can be able to achieve my goals. I have a dream of becoming a doctor. I really love being professional and I if I am determined my dream will surely become true.”

Axelle Uwase, 12, P.6.

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