It's been a strange year so far, with COVID-19 being the main cause, but Wollondilly Public School have still had a fantastic year hugely due to the work of their school captains.
School captains Oliver Marriott and April Brooker and vice captains Macey Rowley and Riley Smith have been busy making the year a great one for the school.
Oliver, who applied for the role because he thought it would be fun and wanted to meet new people said they have had to cancel a few events, but were able to compromise by having other fun activities.
"We weren't allowed to go camping this year due to the virus," Oliver said.
"Instead, every Friday in term 4, we will be having special days where we do fun things.
"We will organise activities like year 7 orientation days, water fights and casual clothes days."
April, who wanted to follow in mother's footsteps as she was also school captain in her schooling days, said assemblies also weren't able to go ahead.
"Instead of being in the school hall, we made slideshows and audiobooks and linked it to the whole school so everybody got to watch it," April said.
Some of the other things the leaders have done are taking time off work to do jobs for teachers.
"We also distribute fruit to classes every week," April said.
At the start of the year, the prefects went to National Young Leaders Day at Darling Harbour.
"We learnt about the leadership journey of special guests John Coutis, Erin Molan, Rove McManus and Bianca Chatfield," Oliver said.
"We gained a lot out of it and it helped us with our captaincy."
April had advice for next year's school captains.
"Make sure you do the right thing, try your hardest and be persistent," she said.
"Take advantage of all the opportunities."
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