School Captains

Our School Captains take on the responsibility of being the representatives of our student body at WNPS through many official duties. They organise the weekly agenda and run our Monday morning assemblies, as well as developing their public speaking skills at other special functions, assemblies, and ceremonies throughout the year. They are responsible for representing our school at community events including memorial services for ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day. School Captains promote student voice through their role as Student Representative Council (SRC) co-presidents, requiring them to chair regular meetings of the group and represent the SRC at school council meetings. They welcome guests, conduct tours of our school and liaise with Mrs Pollnitz, Mr Jaquinta and I on behalf of all students at WNPS.

House Captains

The WNPS House Captains are elected Year 6 students. Their main responsibilities include assisting the school sports program. They assist with the organising and setting up special sports days throughout the year. House Captains are essential for motivating and being a role models for students in their House. They set the standard for students by displaying outstanding sportsmanship, enthusiasm and leadership while encouraging others in all facets, not just sports days, at school. House Captains also have several public speaking obligations at assemblies and special events.

Student Representative Council (SRC)

Students successfully elected to the role of SRC member are required to meet regularly to discuss issues relevant to WNPS. They have the responsibility of amplifying the student voice of all students. They achieve this by actively seeking input on various issues from students in their class and presenting this at regular meetings. SRC members are encouraged to be pro-active in initiating and working on issues and activities such as changes to school practices and organising and running fund rising events for the school and community.

Green Team

The WNPS Green team is made up of representatives from Year 1 to Year 6. They meet regularly to discuss and act upon issues relating to the environment and sustainability. They promote the voice of others by working with their class group to seek and act upon feedback from their peers in in relation to all environmental issues that our relevant to our school and community.

Student Wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing Team at WNPS is represented by elected members form Year 1 to Year 6. They meet regularly to discuss issues and be pro-active on all matters related to the mental and physical wellbeing of our students, staff and community. They organise and run special events and celebration days throughout the year and work closely with their peers to make sure that the wellbeing of all is incorporated into all facets of WNPS.

Music Captains

Successful applicants for the role of Music Captain work very closely with Mr Moore, while demonstrating passion, commitment and enthusiasm towards the Performing Arts. They are involved in the organisation and presentation of various performances throughout the year and are responsible for emceeing special events.


TechSperts complete a written application process at the start of the year and are then appointed by their classroom teachers based on this application. They are highly competent in operating the Office365 program suite and are confident assisting others with their one-to-one device. TechSperts understand the importance of being a good ‘Digital Citizen’ and model responsible and respectful habits with ICT devices at all times. Their responsibilities include assisting other grades, especially when connecting or using programs for the first time, or to troubleshoot basic problems and supporting teachers in uploading content for online journals (such as SeeSaw). During the year, they have opportunities to upskill with school-visits and enjoy ‘first-look’ at new ICT initiatives being considered by the school.