LEADERSHIP

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STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL PROGRAM

 

Aims

  • To provide opportunities for students to play a significant and effective role in the decision making processes of our school.

  • To provide opportunities for students to become skilled in all aspects of leadership.

  • To ensure that our student leaders are positive role models for other students.

  • To create a whole school community where every member feels their contribution is valuable.

  • To inspire our student leaders to become leaders within the community of Montmorency.

  • To develop a school spirit within the school and greater community.

 

What does being a class representative mean?

  • Demonstrating the school values of Safety, Learning, Respect and Friendship

  • Being put in a position to speak and act on behalf of a group

  • Being placed in situations where decisions are made that affect others

  • Looking after the interests and views of others

  • Being: FAIR RESPONSIBLE TRUSTWORTHY ACCOUNTABLE

     

This means that a representative has a responsibility to:

  • Attend all meetings that they can/Apologise if they cannot attend

  • Be punctual and reliable

  • Contribute to the workings of the SRC

  • Be well prepared and organised

  • Talk to all students in your class and listen to what they have to say

  • See yourself as a representative of your class and make decisions in everyone’s best interests

  • Be available so that other class members can talk to you about ideas, issues or concerns

  • Report back to your class after every meeting

  • Be a good role model for all other students in the school 

Our School Captains 2021

       School Captains: Sari & Kabir

  Vice Captains: Harper & Rory

 

      Sport Captains: Aston & Felix

 

 Environment Captains: Jemima & Mayra

        Performing Arts Captain: Spencer, Lucinda, Lachie & Cayla