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This Is My School Holiday ''to do'' list, What's Yours?

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On est en pleine vacances. N'est ce pas? This is my first week at home for my two months long school holidays and I though I could share with you my '' to do'' list. Myself and people around me decided this is not going to be idle hands holidays. Activities on the list were chosen with my studies in mind as I am moving up to senior 6 in January, the last year of my secondary school education.

 

Community service:

School holidays are my ideal period to connect with my community and help as much as I can. So I dedicated november to different activities including volunteering.

When: November 2014

Where: Gisimba Orphonage & Mageragere Estate

How often: 3 days a week

 

French lessons:

It is true the English language is the most popular and most used language worldwide. For me French comes next and is very popular on the african continent as well as in a dozen countries worldwide. French is among the official languages of the United Nations and other major institutions. Personally french language is as important as English as almost my entire family members use it as their second language. I want to be able to speak french fluently at all cost.

When: Wednsaday

Where: Ecole Francaise de St Expery - Kigali

How often: once a week  then twice a week.


 

English lessons:

While I am pleased with my English level at the moment. I still have work to do with my writing and debating skills. So my english tutor from Britain has agreed to work with me over several weeks. I am hopping my grammar and my public speaking skills will dramatically improve.

When: Saturdays

Where: Remera

How often: once or twice a week


 

Debate Camp:

Idebate Rwanda is organising a 10 day debate camp. This will take place in the beginning of December. It is a great opportunity for high school students in Kigali to gain some skills from the best trainers from Britain and Australia. I am in!

When: December 2014

Where: Not known

How often: over 10 days ( everyday)


 

Math & physics lessons:

If I have not blogged about it yet, I am a science student and my plan is to become an engineer. For this reason these two subjects matter to me and I need to start my last year strongly. So my Dad is busy looking for an experienced math teacher who will be tutoring me right after the debate camps for 3 weeks or so.

When: December 2014

Where: Home

How often: twice a week


 

Dining tour:

For those you might thought I wouldn't be able to enjoy my school holidays, this is the answer. My parents have put aside some funds for me to tour Kigali in the quest of the best restaurant in my city. So many of my friends have mentioned several dining places and am looking forward to discovering who cooks the best food in Kigali. The idea is to visit one of the popular restaurants and cafes each week. It gonna be fun!

When: November & December

Where: throughout kigali

How often: once a week


 

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Aline Joyce Berabose is a keen reader and writer. She writes about issues related to youth and peace building. At 17, she has developed interest in blogging and global issues at early age. One of the brightest scholars in science, Multilingual and good communicator, Aline Joyce is involved in several activities including volunteering and debating.

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