Class of 2020: Get to know your Thangool SS leaders
BEING in Year 6 means, in some respects, you are the king of the school but a select group of students are using their position to be a good role model for the younger year levels.
The Central Telegraph caught up with the Year 6 school leaders at Thangool State School for a meet and greet and to see why they wanted the responsibility.
A special mention to School Captain Ruby Johnston who wasn't at school today but she is following on from both her older sisters who have been School Captains.
"I like sports and I wanted to take on the responsibility as captain," Heading said.
"I have an older brother who was a school leader and I wanted to follow in his footsteps."
"I love motorbike riding, horse riding, running and skiing," Mr Burnham said.
"I want to do my best in cross country and lead by example."
"I like showing the example to our younger students and help them to do the right thing," Ms David said.
"I like sports as well."
"I like sports and I wanted to bring Kroombit to victory," Mr Burnett said.
"I'm really into sports and I like getting our house points," Ms Goodger said.
"I want to show kids what the right thing to do is."
"I like the responsibility of helping the little kids of this school," Ms Hadwen said.
"I might not be the sportiest but it's fun to have the responsibility.
"My speech was about being responsible."
"I wanted to give it a crack and I like sport as well," Mr Emerson said.
"I wasn't the best with my speech but I'm happy I was elected."
"I'm responsible and I wanted to be a good example for the little kids," Mr Abell said.
"My parents are responsible people and I'm not nervous about high school."