All students at the College have the potential for Leadership and are called upon to exercise it. Being a Senior College there ought to be a high level of maturity and responsibility among students.
At the formal level emphasis is placed on the role that students play in the organisation and spirit of the College. This may take the form of leading College assemblies, running the House Day celebrations and fulfilling various roles at other major College events.
There are opportunities for formal leadership at the College. At the end of Term 1 Yr 11 may volunteer to participate in a Leadership morning. Four Yr 11 students will then join the SRC: one representing each House.
A Leadership workshop takes place over 2 days at the end of Term 3. The 48 Tutor Group Representatives and up to 30 other students nominated by staff are invited to attend. It is from the group that the Student Leadership Team is drawn.
• College Captains (2)
• College Vice Captains (2)
• Yr 12 House Captains (4)
• Yr 11 House Captains (4)
• Solidarity Leaders (4)
• Vinnies leaders
• Tutor Group Representatives (48: 2 per TG)
Tutor Group Representatives
The Tutor Group elects representatives who help to organise the Tutor Group and support the Tutor Group Teacher. They also meet with the other Tutor Group Representatives in their House and the House Captain.
The Student Council comprises a group of students who are elected from the student body to represent their interests and to promote events which improve the way of life at the College for each student.
The Council consists of the two College Captains and the two Vice-Captains who are assisted by the House Captains and sometimes other representatives.
The Solidarity Leaders organise activities and awareness raising around social justice issues, the environment and mental health.