Anna Young and Will Shaw are Edward Public School's new captains.December 18, 2012 4:13am
Edward School leaders Hayley Moore, Will Shaw, Jacob Edwards, Bianca Semple, Alex Maher, Anna Young, Maddie Irwin, Laura Werner, Jake McManus and John Bowie.
Edward Public School has announced Anna Young and Will Shaw as its 2013 school captains.
They will be supported in their duties by vice captains Laura Werner and Jake McManus, while the prefect body includes Hayley Moore, Jacob Edwards, Bianca Semple, John Bowie, Alex Maher and Maddie Irwin.
Will said the role of the prefects included ‘‘representing your school with honour, attending formal occasions and assisting with the running of assemblies.’’
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