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Our Student Leadership Groups

ALL Year 6 students are to take on a leadership role in a variety of areas within the school. The 5 roles are –Technology, Sports, Communications, Social Justice and Sustainability.

Technology

The areas of responsibility include:

  • Setting up the Public Address system for Assemblies and other school functions.
  • Running the Power Point presentations for Mass and Hymn Singing.
  • Locking and unlocking the school gates.
  • Taking photos at school events.
  • Charging computer equipment.

Sports

The areas of responsibility include:

  • Setting up for Daily Fitness & running events.
  • Distribution and general care of sports equipment – making sure balls are pumped up.
  • Assisting at special sporting activities – e.g. Interschool Sports days.
  • Clean and maintain sports shed.
  • Setting up goals for recess and lunch.
  • Putting out sand pit equipment.

Communications

The areas of responsibility include:

  • Conducting/MC school assemblies.
  • Flag raising.
  • Leading prayer at school assemblies.
  • Welcoming guests – taking new parents on tour of school and explaining special features of school.
  • Awarding the Mathlete of the Week trophy.

Social Justice

The areas of responsibility include:

  • Monitoring students at Hymn Singing.
  • Organising fundraising events - e.g. Project Compassion
  • Judging the Aussie of the Month award.

Sustainability

The areas of responsibility include:

  • Collecting paper that has been recycled.
  • Collecting batteries for recycling.
  • Promoting our school as being a Waterwise school.
  • Putting out the rubbish bins.

Each year we conduct student elections for the Captains and Vice-Captains of our factions; Mercy, Leonard and Kelly. The students present a speech in front of their peers and teachers, who then vote. The election is run by the Electoral Education Commission of W.A.