Camp Hill Primary School’s Student Leadership structure provides students with the opportunity to actively participate in decision-making processes at school. Students are encouraged to take on leadership roles in an endeavour to develop their own leadership skills, act as positive role models for the student body and offer responsible service to their school, peers and the community. Democratically elected student leaders represent the student body and their school in a wide range of forums at school and in the community to help shape a positive future.
SCHOOL CAPTAINS Four School Captains from Year 6 are democratically elected through a formal selection process. Candidates present a speech to the senior school identifying their leadership qualities prior to a formal ballet process.
School Captains will be expected to: display good leadership skills, display exemplary behaviour at all times, represent Camp Hill Primary School at formal public events, run the whole school assembly weekly and other ceremonies as required, show pride in self and Camp Hill Primary School.