This week we meet the captains of Winston Heights Public School.
What is unique about your school?
Chris Powell: They way that they give everyone an opportunity at things.
Indie Mahendran: In our school everyone knows each other so we all get along well.
Melissa Eshou: Our school is unique because it is a small school and we have fantastic teachers.
Amy Broker-Towart: That it is a small school and there is more friendship between the grades.
What do you want to do when you leave school?
Chris Powell: Become an engineer, pilot or doctor.
Indie Mahendran: When I leave school I want to go to university and study animals.
Melissa Eshou: When I leave school I would like to go to university. I'm not quiet sure what I'm going to study.
Amy Broker-Towart: I want to be an author.
Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Chris Powell: To show everyone the right way to do things.
Indie Mahendran: Giving younger children a role model and someone to look up to.
Melissa Eshou: We are a role-model for others and it gives the younger children someone to look up to.
Amy Broker-Towart: I think being a leader is important because leadership is a big part of our community.
If you were the principal what would you introduce?
Chris Powell: More hands-on activities.
Indie Mahendran: I would introduce more work with students from Kindergarten to year 6 together.
Melissa Eshou: I would introduce an area for the year 6 students only.
Amy Broker-Towart: I would like to introduce more activities for the students to do in groups with people from all grades.