Student Leadership

School Captains

Karli - West School Captain

I love the different types they offer. We have opportunities to be in different groups, chances to be independent.

I became the school captain because I wanted to make a difference around the school. I was proud when my peers voted me in.

My goal is to get involved with lots of school and community events. I want the school to be more involved in the community.

Jaxon - West School Captain

I love that we always do reading first thing in the morning. We all have lots of friends. We’re all like a big family.

I became school captain so that I can help the younger students become more responsible and help around the school and be a good role model.

I want to do something new at assemblies that everyone enjoys and that will carry on after I leave the school.

Chloe - Haven School Captain

I wanted to become school captain so that I could become a better leader. For the school, I want the students to come to school and have fun and not be afraid to learn and want to come to learn and succeed.

Will - Haven School Captain


SCHOOL VICE CAPTAINS

Ava

West Vice Captain

I wanted to give myself a challenge and talk in front of crowds and more people.

I enjoyed being on JSC so I wanted to try and get higher up in leadership.


Erik

West Vice Captain

I became school vice captain because I wanted to listen to my peers and try to help them if I can.

I was nervous at first but the encouragement I received got me to give it a go.

Aliyah

Haven Vice Captain

I became a school vice-captain to be more involved in the school and help it to be the best school it can be.

I want the school to be a safe and better place for all students and that kids want to come to school.

Will

Haven Vice Captain


House Captains

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Carter House

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Darlot House

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McPherson House

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Baillie House

Junior School Council

The Junior School Council is a way for students in years 2-6 to not only voice their opinions on different topics around the school, but also to learn and practise leadership skills. The representatives are voted on by their peers, and are expected to model the school values of Respect, Positivity, Creativity and Passion!

The Junior School Council meets every 3 weeks and they discuss a range of topics from fundraising, to student welfare and any issues that may arise from everyday student life. The Year 6 co-ordinators meet to discuss our minutes with the Principal after each meeting to ensure we are communicating with the school leadership team effectively.

Previously the Junior School Council have run school discos, organised Talent Shows (The West Factor), facilitated our school’s participation in Jump Rope for Heart, run a food drive, sponsored animals at the Hall’s Gap Zoo and had out of uniform days to raise money for farmers, cancer research, bushfire recovery, Movember, Breast Cancer awareness and many, many more deserving charities.

Lexy

Junior School Council President

Lola

Junior School Council President

The purpose of the JSC is to have the junior students giving opportunities to say what they think the school needs.

I became JSC president because I wanted to help out the school. I think Lola and I are pretty creative and we enjoy fundraising for the school.

My goal for 2020 is to get more kids involved around the school and to get our survey scores up. The Attitude to Schools survey results were good but we think we can improve them through the JSC.

The Junior School Council is a chance for kids to give ideas and take actions to make the school a better place for them.

I think we were chosen because students saw us out in the yard, saw that we were responsible, friendly and supporting everyone, which is what we believe the JSC president needs to be.

My goal is to make everyone feel comfortable and welcome at the school. Some people tend to be shy and don’t get involved in all of our opportunities around the school.

Junior School Council Members

Year 2

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Year 3/4

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Year 5/6

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