Meet your student leaders: Galston Public

This week we meet the captains of Galston Public School at Galston. Their motto is 'Honest Work and Fair Play'.

1. What is unique about your school?

Joshua Webb:  We are lucky to have such great teachers and principal. We are such a small school regardless of what year you're in, everyone plays together.

Georgia Randall-Quard: We are like a big happy family and we all know each other.

Mason Neil: Because it is small and everyone knows each other.

Tiana Tadrosse: The relationship between the students and teachers.

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

Joshua Webb: I want to be a builder and have a good happy life when I'm older. My part time job will be working at a motor bike shop.

Georgia Randall-Quard: I want to do something to do with music such as DJ and want to go to radio school.

Mason Neil: I want to be a DJ.

Tiana Tadrosse: I would like to work in the fashion and beauty industry.

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

Joshua Webb: The leader has to lead the school by example and set a standard so the people in your school follow you. A school leader also helps the students and all the teachers.

Georgia Randall-Quard: Because then someone has a role model to look up to you, it also teaches me life lessons and everyone should be proud to wear their school uniform.

Mason Neil: Because I like to set a good example to younger kids.

Tiana Tadrosse: I wouldn’t say being a school leader is important, I would say it is a privilege and an honour to have the responsibility to help my peers.

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

Joshua Webb: I would introduce a swimming pool in case it got really hot one day. I would also introduce a proper football field and a proper soccer field so we can play real soccer and football.

Georgia Randall-Quard: I wouldn't change anything because our school is perfect the way it is. But if I had to introduce one thing it would be a pool or a water park.

Mason Neil: I would make inter-school sport for two terms not one.

Tiana Tadrosse: I would not like to introduce or change anything because I love the way our school is already. What Mr Montgomery does for our school is just amazing.

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