At Holy Family Catholic Primary School training in leadership begins in the classroom and develops as students progress through the school. It involves formal leadership programs and practical leadership experiences.
The approach recognises that students can be leaders across many different areas and that leadership skills learnt in primary school can lay the foundations for future leadership opportunities.
At Holy Family the Senior Students are school leaders and act as role models for the younger children.
All children in years six and five are leaders and it is expected they will take on extra responsibilities. As well as this, some children from year six are chosen through a process of discernment by students and staff to take leadership positions for the year.
These positions are:
- School Leadership Team
- House Leaders
- Library Leaders
- Band Leaders
- Social Justice Leaders
A range of other leadership opportunities are available to students. These include:
- Student Representative Council (SRC)
- Class Meetings
- Buddy Program
- Fundraising Initiatives
- Public Speaking
- Presenting or performing at assemblies and official functions
- Meeting and guiding visitors around the school
- Introducing and thanking visitors
What is the role of school leadership?
Hear from our School Leaders 2022
How will you share your light of leadership this year? “As leaders, we are learning to take every opportunity that is placed before us.” – School Leaders 2022
A message from our School Leaders 2020
“Holy Family has helped shape us to become the best version of ourselves and achieve infinity and beyond. Our year as school leaders has been an unforgettable journey. To the leadership team of 2021, leadership is the capacity to turn vision into reality.” – School Leaders 2020