Student leaders: St Paul the Apostle, Winston Hills

Each week the Hills News highlights our student leaders.

This week we meet captains of St Paul The Apostle Winston Hills. 

The school’s motto is "Victory through Faith".

Read our Q and A with the students: 

What is unique about your school?

Thomas Clarke: The Do Good Dot Rewards Program. Students collect dots for their class and as they reach certain levels the receive things like elctronic days, movie marathons, mufty etc.

Caitlin Abood: Do things other schools don’t do like visit Woodbury Village (an aged care centre).

Courtney Attard: Rest room for all student.

Joshua Khater: Open spaces for sharing knowledge.

What do you want to do when you leave school?

Thomas Clarke: A grade footballer.

Caitlin Abood: Zoo keeper or scientist.

Courtney Attard: High school teacher.

Joshua Khater: Home builder like my dad.

Why do you think being a school leader is important?

Thomas Clarke: I have more responsibilities which makes school interesting.

Caitlin Abood: Because you get relied on more and teachers trust you.

Courtney Attard: We have different experiences like running the assemblies and ringing the bell.

Joshua Khater: Children look up to us and follow your lead.

If you were the principal what would like to introduce?

Thomas Clarke: Fun park with water slides with massive drops and lots of water.

Caitlin Abood: More maths which is exciting but teachers sometimes make it seem boring.

Courtney Attard: Dreamworld site with rides and a no gravity room.

Joshua Khater: Soccer and football stadium.

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