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Student Leadership


House Captains and School Representatives are elected by the Year 5 & 6 students from nominated Year Six’s at the beginning of the school year. These students are the school’s representatives and provide leadership to the student population. They often take part in formal occasions, assemblies and at sporting events. Those students appointed take part in the student council which meets weekly to discuss issues relevant to the students. Student councillors who do not uphold the leadership ethos will be removed from the council and elections held for a replacement councillor.



A graduation program is held for Year 6 students at the end of the year in 2017. The ceremony, followed by a dinner, is usually in the last few weeks of school.

Waggy Challenge


The Waggy Challenge runs for the whole of Year 6 and promotes leadership, citizenship and academic opportunities for students to achieve and shine during their senior year of primary school. Students are awarded points throughout the year and these points are acknowledged along the way and recognised at the graduation ceremony. Participation is not compulsory but is strongly encouraged and involves both academic and non-academic challenges, making it achievable by all students. For 2 days at the end of Semester 1 and for 3 days later in Term 4, Year 6 students are also given the opportunity to enjoy some action packed activities. This is referred to as Activity Week, only students meeting certain behaviour and attendance standards attend these days.
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