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Student leadership

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Developing leadership in our young people depends on our school providing opportunities to learn about ways in which they can make a difference in the world around them. 

At Landsborough State School, all students are provided with opportunities to develop leadership abilities through a range of presentation and service modes.  We offer all of our students, avenues to explore their potential for personal growth and leadership through working with others, developing teamwork, exploring their interaction and influence within the school community and commitment to valuing and improving the environment around them.


Learning Opportunities for the Development of Student Leadership Skills:

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In addition, senior students are provided with the opportunity to hold formally elected Student Leadership executive positions, as outlined below. More information regarding the selection process can be found by downloading our Student Leadership Policy (left).

SCHOOL CAPTAINS

2-4 Students + Student Council leader

 

Consist of Year 6 students that have gone through (LAP) Leadership Application Process and elected by students in the middle phase (year 3/4/5/6) and staff members.

HOUSE CAPTAINS

 

BURGESS House Captain            1-2 Students

 

PETRIE House Captain               1-2 Students

 

FLINDERS House Captain                  1-2 Students

 

Consist of Year 6 students elected by students in the middle phase (year 3, 4, 5, 6) for each of the sporting houses including BURGESS, PETRIE AND FLINDERS. 

STUDENT COUNCIL

 

The elected school leaders and house captains form the student council.  

Student Council leader                                                   1 student     

House captains                                                             3-6 Students

School leaders                                                              2-4 Students

 

Student Council explore ways of raising issues within the school environment, implementing strategies to improve them and actively raising funds that will benefit worthy causes or facilities at the school. Student Council will also participate in special events such as ANZAC DAY, Prep/School open days.


 



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Last reviewed 10 November 2020
Last updated 10 November 2020