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Roles and Responsibilities of Executive Leadership
   
President of the Student Representative Council
 
  • To act as official spokesperson for the council in its relations with the students and the school administration.
  • To call meetings of the council and to prepare the agendas.
  • To chair the meetings of the council.
  • To supervise the tasks of the council members.
  • To take part in all special committees formed by the council or send a representative to such committees.
  • To represent the students on official occasions.
  • To participate in ALL school events eg. ANZAC Day, Awards Night
  • To understand that out of school hours commitments are part of Presidents duties for events such as open afternoons, parent teacher interviews etc.
  •  To write speeches and prepare statements for assemblies and public speaking engagements regarding SRC activities and updates and fundraising.
  • Be an active, visible leaders in all aspects of College life.
 
School Captain and Vice Captains
 
  • To set the standard in terms of presentation, language and behaviour.
  • To be a leader that empowers others to be their best.o be a leader that empowers others to be their best.
  • To be an effective public relations ambassador for BBSC.
  • To attend meetings with school administration when required.
  • To support Student Representative Council executive by attending meetings.
  • To be involved in a range of school activities.
  • To be able to relate to all members of our school community (e.g. teachers, support staff, parents, visitors, other students).
  • To participate in school events including award ceremonies and assemblies.
  • To understand that out of school ours commitments are part of Captains duties for events such as open afternoons, parent teacher interviews etc.
  • To actively intervene, where appropriate, in matters that relate to student behaviour, safety and issues with respect to the reputation of the school and its members.
  • To prepare statements and write speeches for school assemblies and public speaking engagements.
  • Be an active, visible leader in all aspects of College life.
 
 

Grade Representatives (Prefect)

  • To communicate the ideas and needs of specific Grades to the student council.
  • To communicate the student council activities and actions to their designated grades.
  • To aid in the organization of educational and recreational activities proposed by the council.
  • To act as consultants to the student council on matters that affect the grade they represent.
  • To perform tuckshop duties.
  • To participate in school events including award ceremonies and assemblies.
  • To understand that out of school hours commitments are part of prefects duties for events such as open afternoons, parent teacher interviews etc.
  • To attend Year level assemblies.
  • Set the standard on school grounds for behaviour, presentation and language.
  • Be an active, visible leaders in all aspects of College life.
 

Junior School Captains

  • Public speaking and introducing guest speakers on assemblies.
  • Setting the standard in language, behaviour and presentation for the junior school.
  • Speaking on Year level assemblies.
  • Being approachable to junior school students.
  • Liaising with Year level prefect.
  • To participate in school events including award ceremonies and assemblies.
  • To understand that out of school hours commitments are part of captains duties for events such as open afternoons, parent teacher interviews etc.
  • Promote performing arts and music department within junior secondary.
  • Host music concerts and other events- mid year and end of year concerts.
  • Support the Arts HOD with Cultural events e.g Carnival/Musicals.
  • Be an active, visible leader in all aspects of College life.
 

 

House Captains

  • To encourage all students to participate in House activities, such as athletics, swimming, academic competitions and inter-house sport.
  • Promoting active participation in College activities within the school and being an ambassador for tolerance, resilience and fair play.
  • Liaising with Head of College staff to help organise and promote college events.
  • Attend meetings.
  • To participate in school events including award ceremonies and assemblies.
  • To understand that out of school hours commitments are part of captains duties for events such as open afternoons, parent teacher interviews etc.
  • Help co-ordinate sign-ups.
  • Organise banners and posters.
  • Encourage house spirit.
  • Practise war cry's.
  • Help clean up the sites.
  • Be an active, visible learner in all aspects of College life
 

 Indigenous Student Leader

  •  Delivering the acknowledgement of traditional owners at school events, including events of particular relevance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, such as NAIDOC.
  • Being a role-model to other students.
  • Developing and supporting initiatives to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to gain a positive sense of identity.
  • Active member of the student representative council.
  • Liaise with community and College Community Education Counsellor.
  • Be an active, visible learner in all aspects of College life.
 

 

 

*These roles are a position of privilege within the school and a responsibility that BBSC takes seriously. We believe in building capacity in our young people to enable them to achieve their goals. It is expected that ll student leaders wear the uniform correctly, are exemplary in their behaviour and can be held accountable to the highest expectations of the College. Please note administration reserves the right to re-evaluate a position if the student leader is suspended or involved in any behaviour that contravenes BBSC core values.