The Charles Campbell College Student Leadership team is made up of a range of students from across Reception to Year 12. They work to represent the voice of the student body and influence decision making processes within the College. At Charles Campbell College, we provide opportunities for all students to develop their leadership qualities, promote ideas and actions, exert influence and collaborate with others to enhance college life both in and out of the classroom.
Our students participate in a wide range of lunch time and afterschool clubs and committees including; Table Top Gaming, Chess, Environment Committee, Fundraising Committee, Writers Club, Formula 1 in Schools, Wild Maths, Italian Club, Amnesty International, International Student Club, Student News, Arts Club, Debating, various Sports clubs and much more.
Student Leadership has grown in the past few years to include a myriad of positions. Junior, Middle and Senior students have the opportunity to apply for a range of student leadership positions including Student Representative Council, House Prefect, Learning Area Prefects, and Early ACT (Year 4-6), Interact (Year 7-12) ROTARY positions as well as Governing Council Representatives. All class Home Groups nominate class representatives whose role is to provide feedback to the student leaders relevant to initiatives, ideas, and challenges. All students are valued stakeholders for learning and culture at Charles Campbell College. They may express their views to student leadership, staff and class representatives in a respectful way and receive feedback in a timely manner. Students may start a new school club or initiate an idea by creating a proposal that will be taken through the decision-making bodies of student leadership.
The Student Leadership team regularly seek feedback from the wider school community about a range of issues that are relevant to students. They meet as a collective on a regular basis to take actions on their plans and organise fundraising events that will impact on the wider community. There are representatives from this group on a range of committees within the school.
All student leaders will have the opportunity to participate in formal training that will upskill them in leadership, organisation and working within teams.