Emma Seith spoke to young people on their thoughts on Scotland, the Parliament and Her Majesty
Last October, the Scottish Parliament began the hunt for the 163 babies born on July 1, 1999 - the day it was `reconvened'. Its quest appeared on the national news, appeals were launched in local newspapers and schools were contacted. On Wednesday, more than 100 children attended a party with the Queen at Holyrood to celebrate. Emma Seith spoke to a few to find out the sort of young people they had become, their thoughts on Scotland, the Parliament and Her Majesty
Ewan Carmichael, Kirkcaldy West Primary, Fife
- What kind of person are you?
- What's your favourite subject?
Gym, then maths and writing.
- What do you likedislike at school?
I most like my friends and dislike language. They ask questions and you have to answer in sentences. It's hard to make the words into sentences.
- What is your most treasured possession?
A picture of me and my dad on a roller coaster in Disneyland Paris. It goes upside down and my dad had to take his glasses off.
- What would you like to be?
A football player.
- Where would you like to live?