Leadership is a key aspect of the College with the aim to nurture and encourage students’ sense of self and equip them with skills that will benefit across all aspects of their schooling and throughout their lives.
Every student has the potential to develop leadership skills and has the opportunity to demonstrate these skills through our inclusive leadership framework which provides an opportunity for all students to have access to leadership roles.
The College values—character, care and courage through Christ guide and direct how the College seeks to shape its young leaders. It is the aim of the College to develop students’ understanding of Jesus Christ, our model of a leader; in his servant's heart, his care of others and his dynamic and passionate life that captured the desires of his followers.
Leadership in the Junior School promotes:
Informal leadership opportunities in the younger grades includes line leaders, canteen monitors and leading assemblies.
The Formal leadership positions include:
Leadership skills are explicitly taught in Year 5 through the Year 5 Leadership and Character Development Program and in Year 6 through a two day Peer Support Training Program.
Informal Leadership opportunities include:
Become the kind of leader that people will follow voluntarily even if you have no title or position.