The 'Goal Keepers'
We are the official representatives of the Windhill21 Global Goals for 2030.
Alex - Year 5
Liberty -Year 4
Daisy - Year 3
I am in year 5 and in Harrison Class. The reason I want to become a Goalkeeper is because there are many inequalities that need fixing. My favourite Global Goal is number 8 – ‘Economic Growth’ because I am good at banking and maths. It will help people in poverty.
I feel passionately about the Global Goals because all my other friends have been one and they said it was really fun and they have had a good time doing it, so I think I will too.
My reason for being a Goalkeeper is that I have lots of ideas to help with the environment about plastic packaging. And I wanted to try these because it’s a new thing for be as I haven’t done this before.
All of the goals are important, particularly climate change action which is needed to help animals.
The reason why I want to be a Global Goalkeeper is because I really care about the environment. The Global Goal I care about and the most interested in is the ‘Life Below Water’. I know all the goals are important, but I am really worried about Climate Change because in a few years London could be underwater! I really want to help with quality education because some children can’t go to school and if they’re lucky enough to go to school they are often not treated nicely, and they don’t know as much. I want to do all I can do with the help of the teachers as they might know more.
I hope someday that all of the Global Goals are obeyed.
Emily - Year 6
I am in year 6 – Cliff Class. I am 10 years old.
I feel passionately about Global Goals because I really care about climate and not using plastic because I do not want to hurt people of animals.
My reasons for becoming a Goalkeeper are: making sure people are safe; animals are safe; everybody has a good education, and nobody lives in poverty.
All of the Global Goals are important, but I particularly agree with Quality Education because if people have a good education, then they can get a job and then get paid money which means they can afford food, clean water and a roof over their head.
Isabella - Year 3
I want to be a Goalkeeper because I care about climate change. I care about Antarctica and in 100 years time, London may be underwater. Loads of animals are losing their homes and we are doing it!!!
I also care about life under water because there is so much plastic in our waters and fish are eating it. We are also eating plastic because it is in our fish. All of this is all because of us!!
Sumaiya - Year 6
George - Year 5
I feel passionately about Global Goals because it is helping to save our world and our future.
My reasons for being a Goalkeeper are to help our planet and reduce plastic being used for unnecessary reasons. All of the goals are important, but I particularly agree with number 16: Peace and Justice because so many lives get lost because of greed and power and even the colour of their skin.
My reason for becoming a Goalkeeper was I wanted to make a difference, and this seemed the best way to do it! Don’t get me wrong, all of the goals are important yet I particularly associate with the goal number 4: Quality of Education as school helps people learn about the goals and some of the skills that could beat the problems we have.
Summer - Year 6
I’m in year 6 Lichtenstein.
I feel passionately about the Global Goals because it helps the environment become a better place.
My reasons for becoming a Goalkeeper are that: I want to be part of reducing plastic; no poverty; life under water and the other 14 Global Goals we need to complete.
All of the goals are important but I particularly agree with peace and justice because so many lives are lost through diseases, wars, suicide and some others.
Evie - Year 4
I feel passionately about the Global Goals because I really want to change the world. My reasons for becoming a Goalkeeper are that I want to stop releasing CO₂ and stop littering. All of the Global Goals change the world quicker and make it better.