WELL DONE: Binjour Plateau State School 2019 captain Erin Opperman.
WELL DONE: Binjour Plateau State School 2019 captain Erin Opperman. Contributed

Binjour students are 'like a little family'

CONTINUING our rolling coverage of North Burnett school captains in 2019, we talk to Binjour Plateau State School Year 6 leader Erin Opperman about her hopes for the year ahead.

What changes would you like to help introduce to your school this year?

Erin Opperman: I would like to help introduce a few changes this school year, including more physical activity in the morning.

What do you want to be when you are older?

Erin: When I am older I would like to be a vet nurse to help animals in need.

Tell us about your favourite school event of the year.

Erin: My favourite school event of the year is when we join with other schools in the area because we get to interact with other students and make new friends.

What sort of example do you want to set for younger students?

Erin: I would like to set a respectful and caring example as we are like a little family to each other at school.


TOP 10: Queensland’s best U16 cricketing teens

Premium Content TOP 10: Queensland’s best U16 cricketing teens

An electric bunch of teenagers more than rose to the occasion when they hit the...

Man jailed after robbing pensioner’s home, stealing car

Premium Content Man jailed after robbing pensioner’s home, stealing car

A South Burnett burglar was jailed after forcing his way into an elderly woman’s...

PHOTOS: $62K worth of drugs seized in huge Burnett drug bust

Premium Content PHOTOS: $62K worth of drugs seized in huge Burnett drug bust

Murgon Police have extended their gratitude to the South Burnett community for...