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Student Leadership

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Balmoral State High School strives to inspire our students by challenging and enriching the students so they may reach their full potential. Students participate in a Leadership Program and are given the opportunity to be active members of the school’s leadership team.

Our student leadership team is made up of School Captains and Vice-Captains, Junior School Captains and Junior School Vice Captains, School Leaders in the areas of Academic, Cultural, Literary, Engagement, Environment and Sporting, Student Council Chair Person and Student Council representatives of each year level. 

Leadership possitions are finalised at the end of Term 4, the year prior.


Role Descriptions: 

School Captains

School Captains will:
  • Be the public face of the school and work at the level of the broader community
  • Participate in community events such as Anzac day, Lord Mayoral meetings and functions
  • Speak at community events and to community groups
  • Build relationships with members of the community
  • Act as Principal’s representative at community events
  • Provide advice to the Principal on school strategic matters
  • Support other school leaders
  • Participate in the Student Council

Vice Captains

Vice Captains will assist the School Captains to:

  • Represent the school in the broader community.
  • Participate in community events such as Anzac day, Lord Mayoral meetings and functions.
  • Speak at community events and to community groups
  • Build relationships with members of the community
  • Act as Principal's representative at community events
  • Provide advice to the Principal on school strategic matters
  • Support other school leaders
  • Participate in the Student Council

School Leaders

School Leaders will (depending on role):

  • Reflect high level Academic/Cultural/Enagement/Environmental/ Sporting achievement in results reports and participation
  • Encourage student participation in competitions
  • Connect with and support students who are disengaged, disengaging or struggling in each area
  • Share success stories 
  • Line manage Academic/Cultural/Enagement/Environmental/ Sporting  events 
  • Lead house in all respects
  • Organise lunch activities 
  • Encourage participation in house activities – house spirit
  • Report success to school community by creating Newletter and social media posts (to be posted on your behalf by Balmoral SHS)
  • Support other school leaders
  • Participate in the Student Council

Student Council

The purpose of the student council is to enable the school leaders to develop with year levels, cross school initiatives to support community service projects. Each year level will participate organise and participate in an event to support a community group or project. 

Year level groups will assist each other in brainstorming ideas and planning the community service calendar. School Captains and year level representatives will work with year level representatives to develop their strategies.

School Captains, Vice School Captains and the Student Council Chair Person will assist year levels to design, develop, and implement community projects. School Leaders may use the student council to discuss plans for lunch time activities. 

Student Council is not a forum to discuss school maintenance issues, all projects must be approved by the teacher resposible for the student council. 















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Last reviewed 22 February 2021
Last updated 22 February 2021