Student leaders: Toongabbie Public School

This week's student leaders are from Toongabbie Public School. The school's motto is: Learn to Live.

What is unique about your school?

Lily Louden: All of the teachers are really nice.

Nathan Anderson: We have twofields. Kindergarten can play on one and the seniors on the other.

Brianna Head: We get a really good education.

Brayden Abou-Touma: Everything is well set out and its welcoming.

What do you want to do when you leave school?

Lily Louden: I want to be a professional swimmer.

Nathan Anderson:  I want to go to university and find something there. Not sure just yet.

Brianna Head: Probably a professional dancer.

Brayden Abou-Touma:  Become a professional rugby league player.

Why do you think being a school leader is important?

Lily Louden: So you can help your principal make the school better.

Nathan Anderson:  Because you help younger people develop their skills in learning and make them better people.

Brianna Head: Because you get to be the role model of the school and everyone looks up to you.

Brayden Abou-Touma:  So the school has someone to rely on and do things.

If you were the principal what would you introduce?

Lily Louden: A candy room.

Nathan Anderson: Ask the teachers what they want and try and get that.

Brianna Head: A pool

Brayden Abou-Touma: Do something good for the school that everyone wants like a swimming pool.

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