School Captains are elected at the start of each school year. Students in
Year 6 are eligible to nominate. If numbers allow, one boy and one girl from year six are elected
to represent Mulgildie State School at school and community events throughout the year. While
undertaking the role of School Captain the students are expected to attend community events
to represent the school (e.g. Anzac Day etc) and will need to set a good example to all students
of our school at all times (In and out of school hours).
We currently have two house groups at Mulgildie State School, Archer (Red)
and McKay (Yellow). Each year, depending if numbers allow, one boy and one girl are chosen
from Year 5/6 to represent their school as sport’s captains. These students are responsible for
helping organise sport’s days (e.g. Athletics), conduct war cry practice leading up to these
events and are expected to attend community events to represent the school (e.g. Anzac Day)
and will need to set a good example to all students of our school at all times (In and out of
Both the roles above will help students gain many qualities such as in social skills and self
confidence. Upon nominating for the above roles students will be required to present a speech
on why they would do a good job as Mulgildie State School’s School or House Captains, after
which all students will be able to vote on their preferred nominee.