Hi everyone, I was elected to be the house captain for yellow house. I would like to tell you more about myself. My hobbies include skipping, drawing, colouring, singing, swimming, and creating stories. I mostly enjoy colouring because it is therapeutic. I enjoy swimming as it is a life skill whilst keeping me fit. My favourite colour is purple and pasta is my favourite food. My birthday is in November. I have a brother and a sister who are twins and also come to Park Hall Juniors. In the future, I would like to be an optometrist and own my own business. I am keen to become an optometrist because the eyes fascinate me and I would like to take this investigation further. My favourite time at school is Golden Time because it is fun colouring and watching movies. I also enjoy break time and lunch times. I enjoy being a house captain because you get to take the tokens down to the hall and at the end of term count them. Being house captain is a massive responsibility and a big opportunity. When your house colour wins ,you get to carry the trophy and tie a ribbon around it. As I am in Year 6, I am looking forward to going on venture week as I have heard there are many exciting activities there. My advice for those that wish to be house captain is to:
I hope these 5 top tips are helpful for you. I am always here if you ever need me and don’t forget to be you. Thank you so much for reading my biography.
Hello, I am a Yellow House Captain. I have many hobbies which are: riding a bike, flying a kite, drawing, reading, skipping, cricket, baking and basketball. I am good at Maths and Geography. I like to learn about countries and their cultures, climates or what biomes are. I also like art when we get to make things that we can take home and when we do paintings of things like still-life study. The good things about being a house captain are the meetings we attend and getting to count the amount of house points collected at the end of every half-term. It is great to tell you which house got the most gold tokens and which two houses have won the extra playtime! If you want to be a house captain, my advice is to think of lots of ideas to put into your speech, but don’t make it too long – keep it exciting!
I am looking forward to going on venture week this year because so many people are talking about it and it sounds really exciting. I felt so nervous when year 6 went in the hall for assembly and they were going to announce who was going to be house captain this year.