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Student leadership

Student leadership

College Captains - 2021

Katie Alexander and Zara Roberts

Senior House Leaders - 2021
ALINTA Grace Eggins and Bianca Lindeberg
ANUNAKA Sophie Fisher and Montannah Mintern
KARINYA Holly McDougall and Gloria Njau
KIATA Danielle McCaig and Raezahn Sam

Senior Service Group Leaders - 2021
COMMUNITY FAITH AND SPIRIT Casey Dufficey and Ella Christensen
SPORTS Breanna Anderson and Sevasti Arends
THE ARTS Amelia Gatehouse, Jessica Neucom, Lauren Neumann and Sophie Thomson
HEALTH AND WELLBEING Aleena Jomon and Caitlin Macdonald
ENVIRONMENT Tully Bowtell-Young and Chelsea Olsen
INDIGENOUS AWARENESS Annalisa Corney and Amelija Phillips
TECHNOLOGY Brooke Quincey
Junior House Leaders - 2021
ALINTA Mia Brooks and Ellijah Chant
ANUNAKA Caitlin Thiele and Anika Johnston
KARINYA Ella-Blu Sale and Amarli Boyes
KIATA Breht Wyke and Lulu Muller
Junior Service Group Leaders - 2021
SPORTS Layne Vignale and Lillian Hughes
THE ARTS Ainara Kelly and Ellie Richardson
HEALTH AND WELLBEING Chloe White and Casey Muchai
ENVIRONMENT Hannah Flynn and Oliviah Hewitson
INDIGENOUS AWARENESS Delaney Phillips and Lily Foster
TECHNOLOGY Mikayla Macdonald and Thea Langford

Student Representative Council

The SMMC Student Council is a representative group which uses the student voice to act for, and work towards ongoing school improvement.  The Student Representative Council speaks for the educational, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of the students of St Margaret Mary’s College.

The Student Representative Council consists of a Teacher Mentor, College Captains, Senior and Junior Indigenous Leaders, Senior and Junior Community Faith and Spirit Leaders, and one representative from each year level.

Role of students on the Student Representative Council:

The Student Representative Council liaises with the student body around issues that promote school improvement, and meets regularly each term to discuss these matters. Year Level representatives will also meet with Class Captains from their Year Level to canvass ideas for consideration and action. All council representatives support school events when required, such as taking a lead role in the Feast Day promotion and Fashion Parade, and provide reports or reflections Year Level Assemblies. The aim is to provide positive, effective and solutions-based communication between students, teachers, staff and the College community.

Selection process:

At the start of each year, students who wish to be involved in the council can self-nominate. The list of nominees is then shortlisted, and each Year Level votes for their representative. Year 7 teachers vote for the Year 7 representative. The Student Representative Council is then announced at a whole college assembly.