What they say : Children speak about the PLE results

“After sitting for the exams, I had faith that I would pass and be among the best but when the results came back, I found that I got 6 points which was not my target even though I passed.” Pierre Habinshuti, 13, Remera Catholic 1 Primary School. “During the holidays my mind was not settled; I kept thinking of how it will be like when the results are published, I had never thought I would get the marks I have in PLE.” Roxane Iraguha, 14, Remera Catholic 1 Primary School.
L-R : Pierre Habinshuti ; Roxane Iraguha ; Christopher Biramahire ;Arnold Mutaga
L-R : Pierre Habinshuti ; Roxane Iraguha ; Christopher Biramahire ;Arnold Mutaga

“After sitting for the exams, I had faith that I would pass and be among the best but when the results came back, I found that I got 6 points which was not my target even though I passed.”

Pierre Habinshuti, 13, Remera Catholic 1 Primary School.

“During the holidays my mind was not settled; I kept thinking of how it will be like when the results are published, I had never thought I would get the marks I have in PLE.”

Roxane Iraguha, 14, Remera Catholic 1 Primary School.

“The exams were not so easy for me because I did not even expect to pass my papers. When the results came back I surprisingly found that I made it.”

Christopher Biramahire, 14, Remera Protestant Primary School.

“Teachers helped us a lot at school and so I had some hope that I would make it.”

Arnold Mutaga, 12, Remera Catholic 2 Primary School.

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