All students are leaders

They are curious, self-aware and confident in expressing their ideas. They are optimistic about the future. They have a sense of pride and responsibility to each other, the school and the wider community. Our students are excellent ambassadors of what the college has to offer.

Our students are the future

Student voice and agency is central to our school culture. Student leadership roles, working groups, teacher selection panels and co-curricular activities provide students with countless opportunities to be involved in the school on many levels. 

Students are empowered to actively participate and share in decision making throughout the college.

Our students are developing leadership skills that are key in our dynamic environment.

Student Leadership Roles

These leaders represent the college on behalf of the students in all year levels.  Their role includes:
  • representing the college/student body at school, community and forums/functions.
  • organising and leading school assemblies.
  • working with the Student Leadership Team to develop a range of activities to foster student participation in co-curricular activities.
  • participating in weekly student leadership meetings
Learning Team Leaders are represented across Year 7 and 8 learning teams.  Their roles include to:
  • Provide curriculum critique by working closely with teachers
  • Be a part of the teacher selection process
  • Responsibility for learning spaces care and use
  • Assist with Open Night, Orientation Day and school information nights.
  • Represent learning team at weekly leadership meetings
  • Representing the college at the local primary schools for information sessions
  • Contribute to school tours through sharing of teaching and learning program at the college
Our GOAL/House Leaders represent students across each year level.  Their role is:
  • To have an active role in the House Sporting Carnival. This includes leading and encouraging participation on the day, dressing up and House Chants.
  • To assist in organising House activities sport and non-sport.
    To update the College on House events etc at the whole school assembly each term.
  • To conduct House meetings with assistance from the House teacher. Includes working as part of a team to organise and plan each meeting; attending briefing and debriefing meetings with House teachers and other House leaders before and after House meetings
  • To encourage and support all House members.
  • To assist in lunchtime activities.
  • To represent your GOAL group at weekly leadership meetings.
Student Wellbeing Action Group works closely with the Head of Wellbeing and works:
  • To bring up and discuss any wellbeing issues and patterns of concerning behaviours within the school community
  • To work collaboratively with their peers and teachers to develop and implement wellbeing support strategies for students at the school
  • To assist in developing and the running of ‘Wellbeing Days’ for their relevant year levels, this may include GOAL group as well.
  • To contribute wellbeing articles or messages to our school community, via the parent newsletter and/or assemblies
  • To be wellbeing ambassadors for new year 7’s or for any other new student starting at our school.
ICT Champions work closely with our ICT Technicians to provide support and identify areas for improvement.  Their role is also to:
  • Provide support for the learning team with device issues and Microsoft OneNote use
  • Participate in regular meeting with the ICT Tech Team regarding common device issues
  • Responsibility to provide support during lunchtimes as part of a termly roster
  • Represent the learning team on issues related to learning using the device
    Identify solutions with the ICT Tech Team for better student device use
  • Assist with Open Night, Orientation Day and school information Nights
Community Liaison Leaders

These leaders will work closely and regularly with local Police and Neighbourhood Watch members to develop crime prevention, personal safety and community safety strategies which will not only benefit themselves, their fellow students and school, but also their friends and family, and their local community. Crime prevention benefits everyone, and improves everyone’s safety in the community.Victoria Police and Neighbourhood Watch cannot do it all – they need everyone’s help.We ALL play a part in crime prevention, and in keeping ourselves and those around us safe.When we all work together, it’s a win-win for everyone.

These leaders represent Year 9 and 10 students across the specialisms offered.  Their role is to: 
  • Provide curriculum critique by working closely with teachers
  • Be a part of the teacher selection process
  • Co-construct our learning space displays, walls and visuals throughout the school
  • Assist with Open Night, Orientation Day and school information nights.
  • Members of Curriculum Working Group
  • Write for the newsletter on specific curriculum areas
  • Work closely with teachers to organise learning area events eg. Art Show, PBL Showcase