Student leaders: Greystanes Public School

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spoke to Greystanes Public School captains 

Thomas Wark and

 

Ananya Deshpande.

What is unique about you school?

Thomas: It's quiet a large school with over 700 kids. Everyone gets along and people play with kids from other grades.

Ananya: The kids here. They are really nice. It's also very multicultural.

What do you want to do when you leave school?

Thomas: Something in journalism

Ananya: Medicine

Why do you think being a school leader is important?

Thomas: To help the teachers. It would be extra hard for the teachers to coordinate events without student representatives.

Ananya: You can help kids at your school and assist the teachers.

If you were the principal what would you introduce?

Thomas: Footy posts on the field

Ananya: A swimming pool

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