School Captain, Vice Captain and School Leader positions are well sought after at Keilor Views Primary School. All students in Grade Six have the opportunity to express an interest and run for these positions.
To apply, students, write an application for the positions. These applications are then read by the Principal, Assistant Principal and other teachers. The applications are then shortlisted and those students participate in an interview with the leadership team.
Successful candidates are then elected, and are presented their captain’s badges at a school assembly.
The role of School & Vice Captains consists of:
- Representing the school
- Being good role models
- Making speeches when necessary
- Helping to organise special/activity days at school and working with the Principal and the Assistant Principal on various tasks.
- Leading whole school assemblies
These roles help students gain experience for being future leaders in society.
Congratulations to our 2017 Student Leaders at Keilor Views Primary School
STUDENT LEADERSHIP TEAM
School Captains: Robbie and Isabella
Vice Captains: Charlie and Maggie
Pupil Professional Learning Community (PPLC): James, Gargi, Hung-Vy and Nicole, Nethuli, Aneeq and Mason
The House Captains and Vice House Captains are elected by house members in Grades 3-6. There are four houses: Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green. The captains take a major leadership role in whole school sporting events where they help organise competitors and lead house cheer squads.
Isabella, Robbie, Teresita and Charlie
Jamie, Vitalia, Madaline, Olivia and Steven
Thomas, Lily, Elly, Aunese and Diana
Amy, Amela, Mohamed and Henry
Junior School Council
Junior School Council representatives are elected in Grades 3-6 by their class mates. They meet regularly to give feedback from their classroom on issues and suggestions for school improvement.