. “I will do lots of sports so that I don’t grow very fat and borrow the books from secondary students to see how they do their work since I will be one of them next year.”
Zouzou Uwitonze, 13.
“I love holidays because I think of doing a lot of work at home, having enough time to play with friends and watching movies. There is no stress from my parents telling to revise my books.”
Evode Ntwari 13.
“I am planning to visit my relatives upcountry but before doing that I will watch all the Nigerian movies.”
Egide Bahati, 16.
“Before stepping into secondary school, I have to learn English. I will be visiting libraries and reading more newspapers especially the papers that are written in English plus watching English movies.”
Jean Pierre Rufangura, 15.
“My prayer is that God guides me throughout this holiday. As a grown up girl, the house should be clean and I should keep updated with what is taking place while waiting for the results to come out.”
Rosette Uwimana, 16.
“When you are at school you don’t get enough time to play with other children but when it gets to holidays every child does not want them to end because we enjoy being together.”
Eric Tuyisenge, 14.
“After doing some work at home, I go to the youth center at Kimisagara to play with my friends. When we play with friends we talked about how the holidays have helped us and how we have helped our parents.”
Emmanuel Uwamahoro, 12, Muganza Primary School P 5.
“Holidays are always good when you have to relax but when you start working without resting, sometimes I feel it’s better to continue schooling rather than having holidays.”
Eric Munyakazi 13, P6.