This week we meet the student leaders from Northmead Public School, who’s motto is Endeavour.
Read their Q&A:
What is unique about you school?
Ben O'Reilly: It's nice and pleasant and the teachers are good. It also has a really great principal and vice principal.
Annalise Spooner: It’s a very friendly community. We have amazing teachers and really good friends.
Stephanie Hulme: It has great staff and we get a good education here.
Joel Robinson: The teachers are really nice. If you are having a bad day they make you feel better.
What do you want to do when you leave school?
Ben O'Reilly: I love sports so probably try out for rugby league or maybe become a teacher.
Annalise Spooner: I'd like to become a lawyer.
Stephanie Hulme: Maybe become a teacher.
Joel Robinson: Either be a professional drummer or an artist.
Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Ben O'Reilly: It’s important because you get lots of responsibility and I like getting involved in things.
Annalise Spooner: It’s important because you have a lot of responsibilities and we set an example.
Stephanie Hulme: Because we are a role model to the younger students.
Joel Robinson: It’s important for both the younger kids and yourself. We are role models for the younger kids and it’s important for yourself because it helps prepare you for high school.
If you were the principal what would you introduce?
Ben O'Reilly: More variety in the canteen.
Annalise Spooner: More sports programs.
Stephanie Hulme: More sporting and writing programs.
Joel Robinson: More fundraisers to help the community.