This week we meet the school captains of Crestwood Public School at Baulkham Hills whose motto is 'Onwards and Upwards'.
What is unique about your school?
Mia McGuire: Everyone is friendly and nobody is left out.
Natasha Ng Chiu Hing: We all work together and co-operate with each other.
Caleb Wang: We have a lot of fund raisers and donate a lot of money to charities.
Isaac Titterton: We have many encouraging teachers.
What do you want to do when you leave school?
Mia McGuire: Be creative, like making something, or be a dance teacher.
Natasha Ng Chiu Hing: Not sure but hope to get a good education that will give me a head start in life.
Caleb Wang: A good job that earns lots of money.
Isaac Titterton: Architect
Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Mia McGuire: It brings out more maturity in front of the school.
Natasha Ng Chiu Hing: You can represent your school with pride and give Crestwood a good name.
Caleb Wang: Because you are a role model for younger children in the school.
Isaac Titterton: So that I am able to have a say in decisions.
If you were the principal what would like to introduce?
Mia McGuire: Swimming pool so we can host our own swimming carnival.
Natasha Ng Chiu Hing: Dodgem cars to move around the school with.
Caleb Wang: Massive tree house with ropes and a flying fox.
Isaac Titterton: Build a water theme park.