What they say : What they say about holidays

“There is no big expectation during the holidays because I have a  hard task ahead of me next year which requires me to waste no time but to use it and get prepared for the final exams next year.” Dinah Umutoniwase, 11, Kigali City School, P.5. “During the holidays I will be doing some sports, swimming in particular and revise very hard so that I get prepared for the final exams next year.” Sabit Collins, 11, Good Foundation Primary School, P. 5.

“There is no big expectation during the holidays because I have a  hard task ahead of me next year which requires me to waste no time but to use it and get prepared for the final exams next year.”

Dinah Umutoniwase, 11, Kigali City School, P.5.

“During the holidays I will be doing some sports, swimming in particular and revise very hard so that I get prepared for the final exams next year.”

Sabit Collins, 11, Good Foundation Primary School, P. 5.

“This is the right time to think about friends and family and fun that can  keep your mind relaxed.”

Jamima Uwikunda, 9, Kigali Parent School, P.3.

“When holidays start, my next step is to think about Christmas and all the gifts that you expect to get from people without forgetting the shopping during that time.”

 Oreste Mbonerwa, 11, Cosum Primary School, P.5.

“My Uncle promised me a play station during the holidays and other things and I will visit my relatives in Uganda then come back and concentrate on my studies.”

Gavin Nyanzi, 11, Excella Primary School, P.5.

“I can’t wait for the holidays so that I can visit my relatives in Uganda and Kenya whom I have taken some good time without meeting,”

Charlotte Kamikazi, 12, Good Foundation Primary School, P. 5.

“I am preparing for my exams so that I can enjoy my holidays without any problem. During the holidays I am planning to visit my family in Uganda.”

Bella Ishimwe, 11, Cyahafi Primary School, P.5.

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