Developing leadership and participation in our students is an important facet of education at Kilbreda. Through both the formal leadership structures and other initiatives we encourage all students to be informed, aware, compassionate and participative.
The Year 12 Leadership model below ties each of the positions to a core value. Working together in 2012 the leaders will be modeling your school theme “Excellence is not an act but a habit” – Aristotle
College Leader: Caoimhé Conlon
Vice College Leader: Katja Simao and Tess Sabbatucci
Sport Leaders: Alex Busch and Monique Arnephy
Music Leader: Aliyah Baynosa
Drama Leader: Meagan Chappel
Sport Leader: Caitlin Styles and Isabelle Shea
Music Leader: Eliza Jones
Drama Leader: Anastasia Michael
Sport Leader: Sarah Thompson and Maddie Kendall
Music Leader: Stefanie Carino
Drama Leader: Maddie Cairns
Sport Leader: Charlotte Flavelle and Danielle Fountain
Music Leader: Siobhan Alison Kelly
Drama Leader: Chloe Dimitriou
CREATIVE ARTS LEADERS
Art: Hannah Campbell
Visual Communication: Bree Wells
Studio Arts: Mariah Gardner
Textiles: Giulia Cinquegrana
French: Zoe Watkins
Italian: Melanie Kohle
Japanese: Brigitte Johnson
Year 12 Student Leaders are encouraged to work as a core group. They invite other Year 12 students to join in the organisation of events such as Inter-house Swimming and Athletics Carnivals, Kilbreda Festival and other activities such as year level socials. Senior students in Brigidine Secondary schools engage in workshops each year to consider models that promote leadership that is inclusive and challenging.
Students are encouraged to take on increasingly complex and demanding leadership roles throughout their time at Kilbreda.
Year 11&12 students fulfil leadership roles through Kilbreda Leadership and Service Program (KLASP) is based on the ideal of leadership as “service to others”. To support the development of this ideal, all senior students will be required to participate in the KLASP program.
The program has been designed with the following goal in mind: To provide opportunities for positive peer role-modelling Year 11 and 12 students will work in their mentor groups to plan and facilitate an activity to be held during 5 lunchtimes for Year 7-10 students. All Year 11 and 12 students have the capacity to assume this leadership role and work in teams to develop activities for other students and in so doing, enrich the college community.
Year 10 students lead the Big Sister/Little Sister Program.
Year 9 - Bridges program with Country, Community, City & Cause aspects and experience within the program. Year 9 students are given the opportunity for leadership as House Cadets and through planning experiences and Urban Adventures within the Bridges Program.
Year 8 -
C - Community Service - Foreshore
E – Excellence – Bridie Kean Award & Academic Work, Homework Club
L – Leadership – Class Representatives, Peer mediator Program, Global Citizenship
Program, House Leaders
E – Emotional & Social Learning – Year 8 Health Program, Parent Education Evenings
B – Believe in Yourself – Camp Challenges
R – Relationships – Friendships & Homeroom Bonds
8 – Day 8 Lunchtime Activities – Must Participate in 3 Per Term
Years 7-12 Homeroom groups have Class Captains.