Student Leadership

Providing opportunities for leadership is considered essential in the development of self-esteem and confidence of students at St Luke’s. Our students have many opportunities to develop responsible behaviour during their time at the School by undertaking any of the following roles:

Primary School

  • Activity Monitors/Helpers: Students can be provided a range of opportunities during class activities and group work. Roles may include recorder, presenter, buddy, peer tutor, and these roles provide students with valuable group responsibility skills.
  • Classroom Monitors: Daily/Weekly tasks provide students with opportunities to be responsible for the maintenance of the classroom on which the effectiveness of the whole class depends.
  • A responsibility given to students in Year 3 involves: raising/lowering the flag
  • A responsibility given to students in Year 6 involves: assist the Head of Primary with assembly
  • Year 6 Leaders: These children will assist with any academic, cultural or service house activity
  • Chapel Leaders: Two or three Year 6 students are chosen as Chapel Leaders each semester. These students assist the School Chaplain during Primary Worship and school liturgies.

Middle School

Student leadership and emotional growth are considered essential at St Luke’s. Our students have many opportunities to develop responsible behaviour during their time at the School by undertaking any of the following formal leadership positions;

  • House Leaders - Leadership, support and involvement at school-based events such as inter house events, carnivals and rock pop mime etc
  • Chapel Leader - Support and promote the spiritual and religious life of the School and to play an active role in organised religious ceremonies
  • Service Leader - Promote and actively assist the many service opportunities supported by the School Sport Leader - Promote and support School sporting opportunities available at a school level and beyond
  • Cultural Leader - Promote, support and play an active role in the School's musical and performance groups and associated events

Senior School

All Senior students have an opportunity to be involved as a leader. This may take the form of a Captain of Sport or Cultural activity or a Senior attached to a Primary class. Eleven students are appointed to formal leadership positions each year at the School.

  • School Captains (one male and one female)
  • House Captains (four houses)
  • Co-curricular Captains (Sport and cultural)
  • Service Captain
  • Academic Captain
  • Chapel Captain