Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Schoolchildren Aiming High; Glennie Heights State School Proud to Congratulate Its 2018 Leadership Group

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Schoolchildren Aiming High; Glennie Heights State School Proud to Congratulate Its 2018 Leadership Group

Article excerpt

"I AM proud to have been chosen as a student leader in 2018 and looking forward to helping out in lots of different ways," stated James Henry, School Captain of Glennie Heights State School.

Student leadership is a valued part of the learning process for many members of the Year 6 class at our school.

Our model is based around a belief that successful applicants will provide an active and supportive role in daily school life, provide a role model for all students, represent the school on required occasions, and assist other students to be the best they can.

This model promotes the needs and interests of students, recognises the positive role students play in the development of a supportive school environment, provides opportunities for students to be involved in school decision making, and delivers opportunities to be leaders in the classroom and playground.

A clear process is initiated each year during Term 4 of Grade 5. Following a Leadership Camp (that highlights different ways for participants to be a leader), all students are invited to consider becoming a student leader. …

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