Student leaders: Roselea Public School, Carlingford

This week we meet the student leaders from Roselea Public School, Carlingford, whose motto is Lifelong Learning.

Daniel Tomc and Meg Nevin

Daniel Tomc and Meg Nevin

Captain: Meg Nevin

Captain: Meg Nevin

Captain: Daniel Tomc

Captain: Daniel Tomc

Read their Q&A: 

1. What is unique about you school?

Meg Nevin: It's easy to get to know everyone and the teachers are always really nice 

Daniel Tomc: You get to know the teachers quiet well and they become good friends. There are also a lot of activities throughout the school. 

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

Meg Nevin: I want to be a vet.

Daniel Tomc: I want to either be a sports teacher or play a sport professionally. 

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

Meg Nevin:  It teaches everyone to look after themselves and others. 

Daniel Tomc: To be a role model of the school and show the kids how to behave and how they need to act in the school. 

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

Meg Nevin: A full size netball court. 

Daniel Tomc: A bigger sports area and a day where the kids can bring in their cultural foods from home. 

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