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Inverell Public’s new student leaders step up

Vice-captain Kirralee Dines, captains Jared Martin and Jessica Partridge and vice-captain Andrew Grills.PRINCIPAL of Inverell Public School Robyn Stewart said 53 student leaders and the responsibilities they will take on during 2016 were recognised during a ceremony held at the school.
Nanjing Night Net

The student roles varied from school captains to library monitors, bus and canteen monitors to playground pals, sports monitors and house captains.

Mrs Stewart said this year the school had roles for people responsible for portfolios.

“Things like portfolios for the environment, student wellbeing, culture, arts and sport,” she said.

“We also spoke about the student leadership program we’re developing, in the hope that the children will be genuine contributers to the school, rather than a token.”

Viceprincipal Stephen Gadd said the whole purpose of the leadership program was to give students exposure to the government model.

“So that they can see how our leaders in government are also responsible for portfolios, but also to give them a focus on things that they might like doing,” Mr Gadd said.

“For example; a leader for the environment might help co-ordinate some activities, or come up with some ideas on how we might make our school tidier, or that sort of thing. Leaders in sport have expressed interest in running some sports competition among students at school.”

All elected Portfolio Leaders L-R Brooke Cisek Student Leader for Sport, Deuter Macalos Student Leader for Culture, Kirralee Dines VC, Jessica Partridge C, Jared Martin C, Andrew Grills VC, Amity Dyke Stu/Leader for Arts, Joshua Doogood Stu/L for Environment and Lachlan Buxton S/L for Sport.

Mrs Stewart said it was important to reflect the school’s core values of co-operate, achieve, respect and excel.

“We’re hoping that working with those values, the students will identify their own personal set of values that will carry them through to adulthood,” she said.

Jessica Partridge and Jared Martin were the elected school captains at Thursday’s ceremony, while Kirralee Dines and Andrew Grills were the vice-captains.

Sports leaders were Lachlan Buxton and Brooke Cisek.

Joshua Doogood was student leader for the environment and Deuter Macalos was leader for culture.

Tahnee Greaves was student leader for well-being and Amity Dyke was student leader for Arts.

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