Our Student Leaders are a vital part of our decision-making process. They are regularly asked to collate the thoughts, opinions and ideas of their peers and take action based on the feedback they are given. Student Leaders are selected by their peers. To apply for a Captaincy role, students are required to write a letter of application and deliver a speech to all students. A voting process follows to select our annual Captains.
The Student Representative Council applicants present a short speech to their class peers.
Our Student Leaders are involved in multiple meetings throughout the year. These meetings focus on improving our school, utilising feedback from our students and building the leadership capacity of our students.
Student Leaders are directly involved in lunch time clubs, where students are offered an alternative activity during the lunch break. This can include the Art Club, Construction Club and Gardening Club. The focus of our Clubs is updated regularly according to the feedback and needs of students across the school.

School Captains and Vice Captains

As the most significant student leaders in the school, School Captains are expected to be ambassadors who embody the school values of Care, Respect, Collaboration, and Resilience. They must be approachable, reliable, and trustworthy with high expectations of themselves and others. The School Captains are to take an active role in all aspects of the school community and work with others to achieve the best possible outcomes.

House Captains

House Captains are expected to encourage and support all students to participate in house activities and events. They are to set a good example of sportsmanship and house pride. House Captains must always be approachable, reliable and embody the school’s values.

Specialist Captains

The Specialist Captains are expected to support the teachers of specialist subjects at our school including STEM, Italian, P.E. and Art. They must be reliable and prepared to award certificates at assembly.

Student Representative Council

As a team, the Student Representative Council work together to be the voice of their peers. They will model the school’s values in all that they do and will encourage others to do the same. In addition to this they will organise and lead any charity or school fundraising events throughout the year. The Student Representative Council will attend regular meetings and report back to the school community at assemblies. All members are expected to attend meetings and make contributions. The Student Representative Council is made up of students from each class from grade 1 to grade 6.