Kigali Parents School children and their views about the school opening day

“Holidays sometimes make me a lazy girl because I tend to wake up at 10:00 then have breakfast and watch movies but at school teachers make us busy with assignments.” Laura Uwase, 14, P.6. “I never wanted to come to school today because I used to wake up at 8:00 a.m then enjoy the play station with my young brother. It’s now stressing to wake very early in the morning and leave my brother alone when he is bored.” Eddie Rutembesa, 12, P.6.
L-R : Laura Uwase ; Eddie Rutembesa ; Rita Bakunda ; Grace Mwakijele ; Rachael Munezero
L-R : Laura Uwase ; Eddie Rutembesa ; Rita Bakunda ; Grace Mwakijele ; Rachael Munezero

“Holidays sometimes make me a lazy girl because I tend to wake up at 10:00 then have breakfast and watch movies but at school teachers make us busy with assignments.”

Laura Uwase, 14, P.6.

“I never wanted to come to school today because I used to wake up at 8:00 a.m then enjoy the play station with my young brother. It’s now stressing to wake very early in the morning and leave my brother alone when he is bored.”

Eddie Rutembesa, 12, P.6.

“Being a candidate requires that one be well prepared. So, coming to school will enable me to get prepared so that I can pass my exams at the end of the year.”

Rita Bakunda, 10, P.6.

“Because I spend a long time away from my home which is Tanzania, I was still enjoying the holidays.  If it was possible they could at least have extended the holidays for two more months.”

Grace Mwakijele, 11, P.6.

“I am happy to start school because I will be able to meet my friends and teachers that I greatly missed during the holidays.”

Rachael Munezero, 9, P.5.

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