Year 11 Leadership Week details

Year 11 Leadership Week

During Retreat/QCS preparation Year 11 students were informed about Leadership Week 27–30 November 2018. A brief outline was detailed regarding what is happening during the week and requirements regarding Semi-Formal.

Program:

  • Tuesday 27 November: Day 1 – The focus of this day will be centred on what makes a good leader, leadership qualities, how you can be a leader and not a person with a position, and voting for leadership positions. This process will further shortlist the people who will deliver a captain’s speech. There will be guest speakers to inspire the students.
  • Wednesday 28 November: Day 2 – Students will be involved in small group work on committees, speeches for captains and fun activities to foster community spirit.
  • Thursday 29 November: Day 3 – Orientation Day. There is a later start for Year 11 students who will arrive at 11:30am. A request for volunteers will be made to welcome the new students to St Patrick’s College. Students will be listening to Committee Chair speeches and future planning.
  • Friday 30 November: Day 4 – Culminating event- Students will participate in a Paraliturgy. Following this there will be a BBQ, concert and activities on the oval. Students will be able to depart earlier at 11:30am. The venue for the Semi-Formal is at the Mackay Turf Club. The cost of the ticket will be $90. These tickets need to be purchased by Thursday 15 November. The evening commences at 6:30pm and concludes at 10:30pm. A taxi will be phoned at the parent’s expense if students are not collected by 11:00pm. The cost includes venue hire, buffet meal, DJ, table set up and balloons. The College does not encourage or condone in any way the hosting of post Semi-Formal events.
  • FAILURE TO ATTEND LEADERSHIP WEEK MEANS THAT STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ATTEND THE SEMI-FORMAL (exception – Workplace Traineeship or a medical certificate for illness). Please contact Mrs Brauer if there are any issues regarding this matter.

Leadership Positions:

  • College Captains (two male and two female students)
  • Committee Chairs – Christian, Community, Cultural, Indigenous and Sport (one person per position)
  • Board Representatives (decided by Administration/Staff)

 Duties:

  • Attend the weekly School Representative Committee meetings from 3:05pm - 4:00pm
  • Speak on assembly
  • Produce engaging presentations
  • Enthuse the student body to participate in community activities
  • Hold regular committee meetings and meet with staff in specific area
  • Represent the College on public occasions as required by the Principal e.g: Rats of Tobruk etc
  • Attend Music Ministry – Sunday evenings on nominated dates
  • Active participation in College Liturgies/Masses/Retreats
  • Engage in fundraising activities at the College
  • Set up events and activities E.g. Pancake Day
  • Organise and attend events such as Showcase and Sport’s Night
  • Be a role model to other students and proudly represent our College
  • It is a demanding but rewarding role. Students are expected to give up lunch times, attend meetings, come to school on pupil free days, set up events, make food, listen to people and attend a variety of functions. Students should not just nominate for the title but nominate because they want to contribute.
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02 Nov 2018

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