Grammar appoints its leadership team

November 18, 2017

Top row: Jackson Stewart (Perricoota House captain), Mitchell Stephens (Chanter House captain), Chris Uys (Martin House captain) and Brenton Urbaniak (Meninya House captain)Front row: Mia Oberin (Perricoota House captain), Caitlin Paul (Chanter House captain), Georgia Walton (Martin Housecaptain) and Zahli Calder (Meninya House captain)

Daniel Stephens (school captain), Scott Eddy (school vice captain), Marni Rickard (school captain) and Kate Mulcahy (school vice captain)

Head of student leadership Sophie Moylan with public speaking and debating captain Cleo Oberin

Music captains Jack Barber, Fifunmi Ajiboye (back), Charlotte Goode and Reese McDonald

Student Representative Council members Connor Back, Catrina Paul, Alex Smith, Nicholas Farr-Jones (back), Charlotte Bowler, Hamish Smith, Isabella Clavin and Adele Brandrick

MOAMA Anglican Grammar’s student leaders have been officially announced.

The leaders are appointed to represent and uphold the Anglican ethos of the school in the classroom, schoolyard and wider community.

They play a major role in organising and planning of the school’s fundraising and awareness days throughout the year.

Student leaders are also tasked with making presentations at assembly, representing the school at functions, representing their year level and discussing ideas at student leadership meetings.

Coordinator of student leadership Sophie Moylan said student leaders undergo leadership training, including a student leadership day at the end of the school year, a leadership conference in Melbourne, in addition to regular meetings at school.

“The leadership role and ongoing training assist students in the development of valuable leadership skills that they can use in later life, such as working in a team, problem-solving, critical thinking, independence and effective communication skills,” she said.

“Other students benefit from having student leaders as they are provided with a vessel to have their voices heard.

“Students are also provided with a variety of valuable cultural and awareness-raising experiences planned and implemented by the school’s student leadership.”

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