Settlers Farm Campus

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Street Address
23 Barassi Street
Paralowie SA 5108

Phone: 08 8280 6866
Fax: 08 8280 6403

Principal
Leanne Trewartha



Student Leadership

       

Student leadership opportunities occur across the curriculum where students negotiate their learning and have opportunities to take on specific roles reinforcing respect, responsibility and personal best and developing their community responsibilities towards and with others.

At Settlers Farm Campus, we promote student leadership.  At the end of Year 6, students nominate to be the school "Key Holders". Students give a short speech outlining why they feel they would make a great leader and role model of the school.  A boy and girl are voted in by their peeers and begin their role in Year 7.  As a key holder the promote student voice across all year levels and oversee other student leadership groups.

In Year 7 all students are involved in student driven committees.  The also have leaders which are elected by teachers. These groups are:

1. Sports - help with Sports Day, come up with fitness ideas, represent your colours as a team captains, support lunch time activity group, purchase equipment.  SAPSASA - Help organise     teams, forms, transport.  Communicate with other schools.
2. Play Time Activity - support and create recess and lunch time activities for the whole
school.

3. Canteen - help with rosters, report to staff canteen committee.
4. Newsletter - write a student voice article in the newsletter.  Help with photos and items in the newsletter.
5. I.T. - set up assembly for other years levels, technical support, charge devices, class  
website, apps, digital technology resources.

6. Grounds - bins, recycling, order and plan outdoor equipment, promote clean up, flags.
7. Assembly - plan and run year level assemblies with the help of other leaders.
8. Excursion/Camp & Graduation - help with planning and future events specific to Year 7's, organise years book and fundraisers.
9. Peer Tutoring - nominate to assist classmates and younger students with Math, English,
Digital Tech topics.

10. Library - Library tribe, help staff with cataloguing, review and promote books, Premiers Reading Challenge,  Help with Book Week activities.
11. Kitchen - keep kitchen clean, purchase items, safety signs, cooking lessons with other classes, cook book for school.
12. Speical Events & KidsMatter - help organise ideas and activities for whole schoole events such as Harmony Day, Reconciliation Day, Book Week.  Organise events to promote wellbeing in students i.e. colour run.
13. Radio - plan and implement a radio segment a few times a week during play times.

All classes are rostered to host and present assemblies.

Year 7 students attend a camp annually, while other primary year levels may also attend a camp.

Aboriginal and ESL students work collaboratively to organise Harmony Day and Reconciliation Day activities for the school campus.

Year 6/7 are encouraged to participate in Book Cup at school and at zone level - students read 5-6 texts before taking part in quizzes about the texts.

School Crossing Monitors are only on duty after school to help keep our community safe.

Students participate in swimming, athletics, netball, football, soccer, rubby, softball SAPSASA events.

All classes participate in Premier's Reading Challenge.

Years 3-7 students are supported by the school to participate in the Australian Math Competition.

The School Choir performs at assemblies and local events.