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.
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.
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.