Student leaders: Carlingford Public School

This week’s student leaders are from Carlingford Public School, whose motto is: Not For Self.

Read their Q&A: 

1. What is unique about your school?

Matthew Truong, prefect: It is a friendly school and it has a great environment. We have a great playground and very nice teachers. We also have iPads, which create a better learning environment. 

Hans Jutton, prefect: We have awesome teachers, an amazing principal and a good calm school environment 

Tanisha Hall, prefect: All of the students are nice and friendly.

Ethan Carmichael, prefect: Our school is unique because everybody is kind and caring 

Skye Brownlow, prefect: All the opportunities you can participate in and the friendly staff. There are also so many different countries and religions that people are from. 

Kellie Omura-Davis, captain: Our school is unique because there are lots of opportunities and people from different countries don't get bullied. 

2. What do you want to do when you leave school?

Matthew Truong, prefect: When I leave school I want to excel in high school and receive a medicine degree 

Hans Jutton, prefect: Go to high school (obvious) then study medicine to become a doctor. 

Tanisha Hall, prefect:  When I leave school I want to be a police dog trainer or a vet. 

Ethan Carmichael, prefect: I would love to work as a lawyer 

Skye Brownlow, prefect: I want to become a teacher when I leave school

Kellie Omura-Davis, captain: When I leave school I want to be a vet or work at the zoo

3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?

Matthew Truong, prefect: Being a school leader is important because you run many functions and be a role model to the rest of the school 

Hans Jutton, prefect: You are the role model of the school and most thing reflect on you. 

Tanisha Hall, prefect: It is important because we are considered role models and we have important responsibilities, like assembly and lining up the kindies. 

Ethan Carmichael, prefect: I think being a school leader is important because you have to keep the school safe while running assemblies and other jobs. It is a fun but busy roll. 

Skye Brownlow, prefect: - You can set a good example to younger students 

- You can run the assembly

- You need to be responsible. 

Kellie Omura-Davis, captain: Being a school leader is important because you are a good example to younger students

4. If you were the principal what would you introduce? 

Matthew Truong, prefect: I would introduce a chemistry room and a gym and swimming pool to this school. 

Hans Jutton, prefect: I would love to introduce a better soccer field and cricket pitch. Also bring in a swimming pool, science and movie club and a whole new subject - robotics!

Tanisha Hall, prefect: I would build a water park, indoor snow arena, dog park (so you can bring your dog to school), trampolines, swimming pool, aquarium and more awesome stuff. 

Ethan Carmichael, prefect: I would build a theme park and a huge soccer stadium. 

Skye Brownlow, prefect: I would introduce new and more awesome equipment for the year 5 and 6 students because the one now is only for for K-4. 

Kellie Omura-Davis, captain: I would introduce a pool in the school and hold our carnival there. I would also introduce three playgrounds. One for stage one, another for stage 2 and one for stage 3. 

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