Children’s 2010 resolutions

“I will study hard so that I perform better than last year. This year I want to do lots of exercises every weekend.” Emanuel Nshimiyimana, 16, Kicukiro Primary School, P 6.

“I will study hard so that I perform better than last year. This year I want to do lots of exercises every weekend.”

Emanuel Nshimiyimana, 16, Kicukiro Primary School, P 6.

“I want to be the best student in class. I don’t want to repeat the same mistakes I made last year like making noise in class and arriving late to school.”

Alex Karenzi, 15, Giporoso Primary School, S2.

“When I join secondary school, it will be a great experience for me as I study. During holidays I will help my parents at home.”

Frank Shema, 12, Good Foundation Primary School, P6.

“I have to study so that I can become a good leader tomorrow; I want to be a good ambassador of my country someday.”

Eric Mugisha, 13, Remera Catholic primary School, P4.

“Every weekend I will go for football practice with my football team. When the holidays come, I will be useful at home.”

Lucky Nkusi, 10, Good Foundation Primary School, P4.

“I am planning to put more effort in my studies and other activities that will make my life good.”

Jean Claude Rutikanga, 14, Nyakabanda Primary School, P6.

. “I want to improve my relationship with God this year. My special request to God is to help me pass all my exams and to bless my parents.”

Jarvis Tuyishimire, 13, St Patrick Primary School, P6.

. “I stopped going to school when I was in P 3. This year my plan is to go back to school when the term begins.”

Amani Kadogo, 15, Kicukiro Primary School, P3.

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