You couldn't name a better duo to lead Trinity Catholic College in the next 12 months.
Jonah Gear and Ella Park head into their role of school captaincy with the perfect frame of minds.
Jonah applied for the role because he felt he was well suited to lead from the front.
"I thought I would be a good fit for the role and I feel like I work well with responsibility," Jonah said.
"I also wanted to be a voice for people and to inspire people to do the best they can."
Ella felt she owed it to the school to lead and to have a positive impact on the students.
"I really wanted to give back to the school which has given me so much," Ella said.
"Hopefully, I can help deliver what I can to make as many changes and benefits to the school as possible and to make it great for following years."
The two highlighted their main goals and explained how they would deliver it.
"I want to make sure everyone appreciates their own talents and gifts," Gear said.
"I just want everyone to represent and lead the school in their own way."
"I want to solidify a sense of community in the school especially after the impact of COVID-19," Ella said.
"I want to help reunite individuals, especially through their individuality."
They say you learn from the best, so that was why Jonah paid close attention to the way the previous captains went about their job.
"We've learnt it's always important to ask for help when you need it and not to do anything on your own," he said.
Jonah Gear and Ella Park will officially begin their roles in term four.
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