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Student leadership
 
Student  leadership within our school is highly valued. Our leadership programs encourage initiative , citizenship and leadership. All leaders in their roles are expected to take on the responsibilities of their position, complete tasks in a timely manner and demonstrate exceptional behaviour and attitude at all times.
 
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Student Leader
Position
Role Description
Jarvis Thompson
School Captain
As the most significant student leaders in the school, School Captains are expected to be ambassadors who embody the school values which are Achievement, Creativity, Respect, Responsibility, Diversity and Acceptance. They must be approachable, reliable and trustworthy with high expectations of themselves and others. The School Captains are to take an active role in all aspects of the school community and work with others to achieve the best possible outcomes. 
Charlotte Ingles
School Captain
As above
Bella Harris
School Captain
As above
Renee Tiller
School Captain
As above
Gemma Kennedy
Acacia House Captain
The role of a House Captain is to encourage all students to participate in House activities across the school year. They are to set a good example for all students across the school and promote the benefits of exercising.
Maddison Freimayer
Acacia House Captain
As above
Harrison Schaepman
Banksia House Captain
As above
Lara Rostek
Banksia House Captain
As above
Molly Milikins
Grevillia House Captain
As above
Eleisha Saville
Grevillia House Captain
As above
Kailah Young
Student Council Leader
Together as a unit both the School Council Leaders and School Activities  Coordinators work together to be the voice of the students within the school structure.
These students work very closely with a staff representative to coordinate and lead a range of special events throughout the year.
Sidharth Singh
Student Council Leader
As above
Zoe Enese
Peer Leader
Peer Mediator Leaders work together with the School Council Leaders and Student Council Representatives, to ensure that all students at Coomera feel safe in the playground and classroom. They support students to play and resolve issues in appropriate ways at all time.
Madison Bailey
Peer Leader
As above
Chelsea Bennett
Activity Leader
Student Activity Coordinators perform a vital role of ensuring that we are aware of the many and varied activities on offer within the school and to work closely with the School Council leaders to be the voice of students within the school.
Maddison Maguire
Activity Leader
As above
 
School council representatives

Student in year 4, 5, 6 are elected by their teacher and peers to represent their class in our school council.

Their role is to represent our students, bring student concerns or initiatives to meeting, participate in decision making processes, communicate to classes, raise awareness and support for charity organisations and school-based initiatives.

 

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Students are also trained to provide support and opportunity for further leadership development through the following roles:
  • Peer Monitors
  • Library Monitors
  • Buddy Readers
  • IT Leaders