Each week the Hills News highlights the student leaders in our local schools.
This week we meet the captains of Tara Anglican School for Girls' junior school which has a motto of "There is no better place for girls".
1. What is unique about your school?
Zoe Shim: No matter what you're good at, there are so many opportunities. There is such a broad range.
Georgia Gray: We have so many teachers that specialise in different subjects.
2. What do you want to do when you leave school?
Zoe Shim: I'm good at music so maybe something in this field.
Georgia Gray: I haven't quiet decided yet. I really enjoy art, sport and science so maybe something along those lines.
3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?
Zoe Shim:The younger students have someone to look up to. We can be a role model.
Georgia Gray: To help the school by contributing.
4. If you were the principal what would you like to introduce?
Zoe Shim: I'd make our music room bigger and bring back the slushy machine to the canteen.
Georgia Gray: I don't think we really need anything. Our new head of junior school has brought new ideas to the school this year.