What they say : APAPER Kids Talk about the Holidays

“Primary six kids will have just one week for holidays. During this short holiday, I will visit my aunt in Rwamagana, do some work at home to help the maid and visit my friends.” Rama Mage, 15, P.6.

“Primary six kids will have just one week for holidays. During this short holiday, I will visit my aunt in Rwamagana, do some work at home to help the maid and visit my friends.”
 
Rama Mage, 15, P.6.

“When it come to holidays I want to relax, watch movies and at least every Sunday go to church, visit my friends and family. I am also planning to go for swimming lessons this holiday.”

Michele Ishimwe, 10, P. 5.

“My daddy promised to buy me a bicycle when I get above 80% So my holidays will be determined by the marks that I will get because I am working hard to score that average that will make my daddy happy to buy me a bicycle.”

Patrick Ishuti, 11, P.6.

“I want to visit my grandmother in Cyangugu, do some chores that will not stress me, visit my friends and  also revise my books.”

Liza Clairagneau, 12, P.6.

“I will immediately go and visit my grandparents in the Northern Province because I miss them so much. I will also keep busy by washing my clothes and some chores at home.”

Ishimwe Maniragaba, 10, P.5.

“I am focusing on the final exams instead of doing things to keep me busy or feel so relaxed. But for the purpose of holidays I will try to help my parents with some chores.”

Nicole Irakoze, 11, P.6.

“I miss my grandparents in Gitarama and my plan is to visit them so that I can help them with some simple work like washing clothes, cleaning the house and sweeping the compound.”

 Leopoldine Umuhoza, 11, P.5.

“I enjoy holidays because I get to play basketball, do chores and I must remember to revise for the final exams ahead.”

Henry Ngabonziza, 16, P.6.

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