This week’s student leaders are from Muirfield High School in North Rocks. Their motto is One World.
Read their Q&A:
1. What is unique about your school?
Baylee Forbes, VC: We are a small community. We are close and tight knit. Students and teachers have good one on one relationships.
Miriam Osburn, C: We have a really good peer support program.
Adam Rifai, C: The relationship everyone forms with each other because its a small school. It's a really good atmosphere here.
Huw Murray, VC: We've got the farm out the back. It's a great place for friendships.
2. What do you want to do when you leave school?
Baylee Forbes, VC: Psychology or any form of teaching
Miriam Osburn, C: I want to go into architecture and engineering
Adam Rifai, C: Not sure. Thinking about law, psychology or politics.
Huw Murray, VC: I'd like to get into agriculture.
3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Baylee Forbes, VC: You help other people which is a really good quality to have.
Miriam Osburn, C: It's good for developing your own skills and its good for younger grades being able to pass on their view to us.
Adam Rifai, C: To amplify the voices of everyone around you.
Huw Murray, VC: It's important because not only do you get to support young students you get to proudly represent your school.
4. If you were the principal what would you introduce?
Baylee Forbes, VC: I'd look into getting an auditorium. Our hall is more sports based.
Miriam Osburn, C: More investment for the library.
Adam Rifai, C: More investment in the arts because creative expression is really important.
Huw Murray, VC: Another hall or auditorium.