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Student Leadership

A message from Prescott College School Captains 2022

elena

Similarly, as a school captain and student leader, I aim to use the school’s values to effectively lead the student body into 2022. My main vision for the school this year is to create an event or activity that can encourage the self-development of students. I hope to be able to help students develop skills, life and personal, through group activities, mentorships, and by being an example.

Elena Maticic

Louis

Similarly, as a school captain and student leader, I aim to use the school’s values to effectively lead the student body into 2022. My main vision for the school this year is to create an event or activity that can encourage the self-development of students. I hope to be able to help students develop skills, life and personal, through group activities, mentorships, and by being an example.

Louis Nambijimana

A message from Prescott College School Captains 2019

This year, we want to encourage everybody to get involved throughout Prescott. We wish to provide opportunities for our peers to use their God-given abilities to make our college stronger as a community.
Hannah Chessman and Tim Howard

Student Representative Council (SRC)

The Student Representative Council (SRC) gives students the skills to create and to implement, to lead and to follow, to learn from mistakes and to succeed. Most importantly, it gives students the opportunity to represent the views of their peers, and to succeed in making those views heard.

There are several reasons for having an SRC, and they all have to do with students’ participation in what happens within the school and its community.

Educational:
Students develop skills in areas such as representation, communication and organisation.

Democratic:
All students have a voice and are heard.

Responsible and Trustworthy:
Students have responsibility for real issues; they are trusted to solve real problems and make real decisions.

Collaborative:
Students are partners in decision-making with the school leadership team, teachers, parents and the school community.

Respectful:
Mutual respect develops between students and all members of the school community.

Caring:
Students are committed to their school and care about what happens to it and in it; students care for each other.

Rewarding:
Participation is enjoyable and delivers successful outcomes.

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