Children speak about the PLE results

“To be honest, my success in PLE was a surprise that I never expected.  I had even started convincing my parents to start looking for a private secondary school for me.” Jean Claude Dusabimana, 12, Remera Catholic 1 Primary School.
L-R : Jean Claude Dusabimana ; Benon Ahishakiye ; Orchide Irakoze ; Claude Kalisa
L-R : Jean Claude Dusabimana ; Benon Ahishakiye ; Orchide Irakoze ; Claude Kalisa

“To be honest, my success in PLE was a surprise that I never expected.  I had even started convincing my parents to start looking for a private secondary school for me.”

Jean Claude Dusabimana, 12, Remera Catholic 1 Primary School.

“With no doubt at all, I knew that I would do well. I want to join some of the best schools in the country to acquire a better education.”

Benon Ahishakiye, 13, Horizon Primary School.

“I had many plans about joining the best schools. I had to work hard for it so that I can be among the best students in the country.”

Orchide Irakoze, 12, Christian Primary School.

“By God’s mercy and grace, I made it and now I am planning to be a good student in secondary school. I will stop depending on chance to pass but by on effort.”

Claude Kalisa, 13, Remera Catholic Primary School.

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