Middle College Student Leaders Appointed
February 13, 2018 at 3:39 PM
Today, the Middle College leadership teams were introduced at assembly. For the first time, these positions have been appointed for a full year, rather than a semester, and in addition to the team of Middle College Leaders from each House, a Peer Support team has been created.
MIDDLE COLLEGE STUDENT LEADERS 2018
The Middle College Leaders are expected to provide positive leadership in the Middle College and within their House. Over the course of the year, they will be involved in leading assemblies, taking readings at Chapel, helping coordinate teams for House events, helping organise our Year 10 Graduation Lunch and various other College events, whilst also representing the views, opinions and concerns of the Middle College student body. Congratulations to our first full year appointment, Year 10 Middle College Leaders.
Nathan Bailey, Sam Gunn, Andie Clothier, Samiya Patel
William Eaton, Thomas King, William Gregory, Olivia Bartlett, J’adore Harris-Tavita
Harry Lowe, Anna Liu, Andrew Sun, Charlotte Cornwall, Kevin He
Quinn Thompson, Josh Crenfeldt-Smith, Hunter Donley, Catherine Lord, Mia Harries
Charles Wilkes, Nathan Smith, Emma Jorgensen
Taylor Kerr, Evan Metcalfe, Kyra Rogers, Christina Chen
MIDDLE COLLEGE PEER SUPPORT LEADERS 2018
After taking a training programme, our Peer Support Leaders will facilitate a Peer Support programme for Year 7 and 8 students, and will assist with the Year 7 and 8 Social and other key events, liaising with pastoral care staff throughout the year. They, too, will represent the views, opinions and concerns of the Middle College student body. Congratulations to our first Middle College Peer Support leaders.
Grant Slark, Asti Wallace, Olivia Yi, Addison Peebles
Hank Huang, Axel Bostock, Geoffrey Chen, Anya Prakash, Sophie Spencer
Logan Walesby, Ruby Akolo, Daniel Short, Tessa Birch, Akshay Vegesna
Sam Everitt, Tommy Stevenson, Samuel Costello, Sophia Hynds, Zara Jancys
Hamish Campbell, Lucas Quiroz Frankland, Olivia Ropati
Lachlan Douglas, Rohan Patel-Kumar, Lucia King, Erin Shields
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