This week we meet the leaders of Murray Farm Public School in Carlingford whose motto is A Great Place to Be. Read their Q&A:
1. What is unique about you school?
Zaki Razi, C: We have a friendly atmosphere between the students and the teachers. It’s a supportive place where the teachers help the students and the students help the teachers. We also have lots of excursions which helps our academic learning.
Deni Que, C: I think our school is unique because it’s friendly and everyone is welcome. We have a play leaders program where years 5 and 6 students help the kindy and year 1 kids in organised activities in the playground.
2. What do you want to do when you leave school?
Zaki Razi, C: Probably an electrician or work with computers.
Deni Que, C: Maybe be a teacher. I love helping others so maybe something to do with children.
3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Zaki Razi, C: To be an ambassador of the school. Show respect and receive respect from fellow students.
Deni Que, C: I get to be a role model to the younger students. I can help and encourage them.
4. If you were the principal what would you introduce?
Zaki Razi, C: A lot more excursions like bowling or laser tag. Or take the grade out for a milkshake.
Deni Que, C: More sports activities, swimming carnivals and outdoor excursions.