Kilbreda College is committed to providing opportunities to grow tomorrow’s leaders today. As such, an emphasis on developing the values and skills needed to actively lead and make a positive contribution to the community is integrated into all aspects of school life.
Together with building leadership skills appropriate to their age, students are given opportunities and encouraged to share their gifts, challenge unjust structures and practice servant leadership in a variety of ways, both formal and informal.
Leadership within our own community is a strength of the College. Our students relish the opportunity to influence change, take on responsibility, be part of the decision-making process and have input into the future direction of the College. Student voice and participation are integral to student leadership at the College, with students having the opportunity to actively shape their own education through engaging, participating, leading and learning.
|Leaders from Year 12 who support the College student community in a manner that reflects our commitment to our Brigidine traditions
|Community Action Leaders
|Leaders from each year level who are committed to strengthening a sense of belonging and connection to the College community.
|Health and Wellbeing Leaders
|Leaders from each year level work collaboratively to help promote wellbeing in all areas of students’ lives
|Each Homeroom elects a class member to represent them as their Homeroom captain.
|Members of a Senior School student leaders group, representing each House
|A leader who leads the promotion of intra and interschool sport within the College
|Kilbreda Dance Company (KDC) Leaders
|Leaders oversee the development of the KDC. They support young students of all abilities to become involved in dance.
|Learning Area Leaders
|Members of the Senior School student leaders group who oversee student led activities and initiatives that promote their learning area.
|Living Justice Leaders
|Leaders from each year level who work collaboratively to discuss and address issues of faith and social justice.
|Peer Support Leaders
|Year 10 and Year 11 Leaders who support the incoming Year 7 students’ transition from primary school to the College.
|Student Representative Council Members
|Each year level has peer elected representatives who meet regularly to discuss issues and work with the school on matters of interest to students.
|Leaders from each year level who work as members of the sustainability group to lead and inspire the Kilbreda College community to learn more about sustainability.
|Students from Years 8 to 10 represent the diversity of Kilbreda College and serve as a liaison, spokesperson, school leader, and advocate for Kilbreda College.