Captain's Corner

Lailani Bransden and Malakai Wright

 

When I first got selected I knew that challenges were needing to be accepted. It does take a lot of hard work to be a leader. First off is running the assemblies, speaking in front of MITS staff and students, past staff or even volunteers. I believe my job is to make others feel comfortable and safe. I also help with tasks like homework and making sure everyone does their work. This is what it’s like to be captain for me. 

 

Lailani Bransden

Term 1 Captain

 

 

After I came to Melbourne it was exciting and I knew that I wanted to be school captain. It takes being responsible. I knew that it was going to be hard coming away from home but it was a choice that I wanted to make and it was a good opportunity coming here. I have met new people and teachers and I am happy and comfortable. This is what it is like to be in Melbourne and captain for me. 

 

Malakai  Wright

Term 1 Captain