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Colleen MacLeod

Colleen MacLeod

"To learn their language, to respect their culture and to keep away from alcohol and drugs or they won't get too far."

From: Colleen MacLeod

Location: Welshpool

Role in Community: Mum

Post on:

30 May 2014

What is your favourite memory from school?

Playing with a boy that loved bugs and catching crabs. That was a beaut childhood.

Looking back, what would you tell your younger self about going to school?

Education is the key to so much and why.

What do you think is the most important thing we can teach future generations?

To learn their language, to respect their culture and to keep away from alcohol and drugs or they won't get too far.

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