Student Leadership

Student Leadership • About Us • Kaipara College

The student leadership comprises of twelve to sixteen year thirteen students who have been selected by the full school roll and staff. They represent, through affirmative leadership and role-modeling, the school's PRIDE values. Student Leaders focus on the continued improvement of school life for students and lead the way in creating new and challenging opportunities that encourage student participation and development.

It is assumed that to be a student leader, one has shown leadership throughout their time at Kaipara College and will lead the student body throughout the school year. 

In 2018, the student leadership comprises fifteen year thirteen students. They work in a council-like format with general responsibilties and specifc committee membership. These are; Arts and Culture, Sports, Academic and Community. Within these committees the student leaders work on specific projects alongside other students from all year groups. 

2018 Student Leadership 

  • Devon Broadley
  • Troy Broadley ( head student )
  • Mila Clark
  • Brianna Clarke
  • Kate Fisher
  • Dane Hohepa-Gray ( deputy head student )
  • Georgia Logan ( head student )
  • Aaron Olsen
  • Merenia Paraone ( deputy head student )
  • Henry Powell
  • Katelyn Reilly
  • Tegan Sainty
  • Rosie Smith
  • Anna Steele
  • Emily Watson

2019 Student Leaders announced

The student leadership team for 2019 were announced at the Kaipara College senior academic prize giving on
Thursday 1 November. The student leadership team is:

Head Students:                   Jordan Cowper and
                                             Lukas Faulkner

Deputy Head Students:       Melody Gray-Hohepa,
                                             Angus O'Sullivan and
                                             Jamie Allen (Director of Houses)

Student Leadership Team: Joshua Andrew,
                                             Antoni Antunovich,
                                             Danielle Binks,
                                             Sam Foster,
                                             Ruby Johnston,
                                             Samantha Kay,
                                             Olivia Kelly,
                                             Molly Oliver-Chambers, and
                                             Cameron Tunnicliffe

2020 Student Leadership Selection Process

The 2020 Student Leadership group will be selected through a democratic and inclusive process. Ideally there will be twelve to sixteen students selected for the 2020 Student Leadership group. It is the college’s goal that the process is thorough and transparent and that all students have a fair and equal opportunity to be selected into the Student Leadership group.

 

Term II 2019

  • Year twelve students invited to inform 2019 Student Leadership, or the deputy principal in charge, of their interest in being part of the 2020 Student Leadership. Invitation will be given through two assemblies and daily notices.
  • 2019 Student Leadership and staff will be given the list of those interested to observe specifically for leadership qualities and activities.
  • All year twelve students are invited to join the Year 12 Leadership group at any time. The group is given one significant task to address. The task for 2018 was the reintroduction of a house system in 2019. Students were observed for their team and leadership qualities. These qualities will include task leadership, planning, communication, solution focused team work, creativity, appropriate behaviour and more.
  • A task for the 2019 Student Leadership will not be set until term two of 2019. 

 

Term III 2019

  • Year 12 Leadership Group agree on common campaign ‘vehicles’ for all students interested in being 2020 student leaders. The final ‘vehicles’ may include posters, lunchtime meetings, website space and/or other.
  • Call for self-nomination of candidates for 2020 Student Leadership.
  • Candidates given nomination form and guidelines for campaigning including the agreed campaign ‘vehicles’.
  • Voting process to be completed. All students, including 2019 Year 13s, and staff may vote.
  • Voting counted and kept confidential, except for between senior leadership group.

 
Term IV 2019

  • Six to eight students selected for interview by the senior leadership group.
  • Head and deputy head students finalised.
  • Final 2020 Student Leadership group selected.
  • 2020 Student Leadership group announced at senior academic prize giving.