QCHS students are
invited to apply to be a Student Representative, and as part of that process,
they are asked to identify their skills, describe how they intend to contribute
to the student body of their school campus, and consider the responsibilities and
challenges of leadership.
One of our Student Reps for 2020 is Taurei. Below,
Taurei gives us some insight into the process, and what it's like to be a
Student Rep at QCH School:
Student Rep at QCHS…
I presented at the school assembly and I helped
organise some special events.
a Student Rep when…
I showcased some of my leadership skills at assembly.
I then had to write about why I wanted to become a student rep and what I would
like to achieve. I talked to the Principal and he offered me the role of
special qualities I bring to the role of Student Rep are…
I am fair and supportive of other students.
the ways I advocate for other students is…
To make sure everyone is included, especially at
break times when we all play ping pong and other activities.
visitor to the school can recognise that I am a Student Rep because…
I wear my badge with pride.
special part of my role is…
The sense of responsibility for both my actions and