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.