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YOUR LETTERS

By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd June 2005 03:00 AM

We love you
Parents, thank you for the work you have done for me. You have paid for me school fees from baby class and now I am in primary six. I promise to work hard and I get promoted to primary seven.
Rachael Kihunde
Nateete Junior school

We love you
Parents, thank you for the work you have done for me. You have paid for me school fees from baby class and now I am in primary six. I promise to work hard and I get promoted to primary seven.
Rachael Kihunde
Nateete Junior school

We love you
Parents, thank you for the work you have done for me. You have paid for me school fees from baby class and now I am in primary six. I promise to work hard and I get promoted to primary seven.
Rachael Kihunde
Nateete Junior school

Obey your parents
Children should always respect their parents, especially mothers, they suffered so much to bring them up. I can thank those who have respected them but there are some who disobey them and end up on streets. To those who are still young, I advise them to obey their parents. I ask our elder brothers and sisters to be a good example.
Cynthia Kalule
Nateete Junior School

How to revise
The first thing to do is start revising a subject well before the exam is due. You should start your revision at least two months before hand. Always make up a timetable for your revision. This is particularly important if you have several subjects to study. Stick to the timetable you have set yourself. Some days you may feel like going out with your friends than studying. If you give in to this temptation, you will not be able to get through everything on time. So fellow pupils, I advise you to read hard instead of passing time.
Yvonne Coutinho
Namagunga Primary Boarding School

Stay in school
My fellow students and pupils, I am telling you to stay in school. If you drop out of school, you may contract HIV/AIDS. Students, I am telling you to stay in school. Parents and guardians, advise children to stay in school.
Evelyn Tibashaga
Kirinya Parents
Primary School

I love Jesus
Jesus is a good man
He loves young children like me
He saved me when he died on the cross.
Jesus died for our sins
Jesus the Son of God
is wonderful
Jesus, I love you.
John Paul Byakatonda
SOS Hermann Gmeiner Schools, Kakiri

Smoking is bad
Smoking is a terrible thing. It can lead to diseases like lung cancer, bronchitis, emphysema and so many others. Stop smoking and don’t stay in closed places with infected people. Smoking is a bad habit. Lung cancer is a respiratory disease without cure. Take care!
Noreen Kemigisha
Namagunga Boarding Primary School

Virginity is good
A virgin is a girl or a boy who has never had sex. Virginity is a very good and healthy thing. A virgin does not suffer from sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and the deadly HIV.
Priscilla Bazibu
Nateete Junior School
Kampala

We love teachers
Teachers are very good people. They help to look after us. Fellow pupils, love your teachers and thank them because they do a great job for you. Thank you teachers, I love you very much teachers.
Evelyn Nakato
Namagunga Primary Boarding School

Milk is good food
I like milk. Milk has all food values except iron. It keeps me healthy. At school, we are given milk on Sundays and Wednesdays. Milk is sweet. Drink milk for a healthy body.
Dorcus Nakasenge
Namagunga Primary Boarding School

YOUR LETTERS

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