HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS: Mulgildie State School leaders Bradley Worthington, Logan Goody, Claire Galloway and James Patola.
HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS: Mulgildie State School leaders Bradley Worthington, Logan Goody, Claire Galloway and James Patola. Contributed

Mulgildie's green dream

CONTINUING our rolling coverage of all the school captains in the North Burnett for 2019, we ask Mulgildie State School's four Year 6 leaders what they hope to achieve this year.

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

Claire Galloway (school captain): Recycling.

Logan Goody (vice-captain): To help more people into recycling.

James Patola (school leader): Change our community and help more students into our school.

Bradley Worthington (school leader): A new playground.

What do you want to do when you're older?

Claire: Hairdresser or florist.

Logan: Engineer.

James: Farmer, YouTuber, magician or gaming producer.

Bradley: I want to be a fire fighter.

Tell us your favourite school event.

Claire: I like Anzac Day because it is celebrating and remembering the soldiers that lost their lives for us.

Logan: Maths, combined school activities, sports days.

James: School camp and school holidays.

Bradley: Swimming.

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

Claire: An example of respect, responsibility and safety.

Logan: Being safe, responsible and a good role model.

James: Teach confidence for the younger students.

Bradley: Don't put hands on (others) and no swearing.


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