Leadership

St. Louise’s offers many opportunities for Student Leadership

Opportunities include:

  • Young Leaders at Key Stage 3 and 4 who undertake a range of leadership responsibilities
  • Leaders of Year Council (Post 16 Student Leadership Team)
  • Head Girls and Head Boys (Post 16 Student Leadership Team)
  • Mentors (Post 16)

When students of any age assume a Student Leadership position, they are challenged to share their ideas, to develop skills and personal capabilities, to lead, to actively participate and to have fun.

Post 16 Leadership

Post 16 students are offered the opportunity to exercise leadership by carrying out various duties and responsibilities.

The Post 16 Student Leadership Team consists of Head Girls/Head Boys and a Leader of Student Council. In their roles they demonstrate leadership and display a range of skills, qualities and attributes. They act as positive role models for the younger students.

The Student Council

  • The Leader of Student Council, who is a member of the Post 16 Student Leadership Team, leads the Young Leaders in each Year Group. All the Young Leaders are members of their Year Council.
  • Two members of each Year Council are elected to sit on the Student Council
  • The Student Council provides a forum for students from all year groups to voice their opinions on a range of issues.
  • The Student Council allows students to develop an understanding of the democratic process and provides an opportunity to become more involved in the life of the school as active participants in the decision making processes.
February14

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Dear Parents This week we will be sending to you information on our highly successful Accelerated Reader programme and how you can support your child with this at home.  Please ensure that your child is reading for at least 20 minutes every night.  Remember reading is the key to success across the curriculum.  Congratulations to our … Continued

February07

Numeracy & Literacy Parent Workshop

We cordially invite you to attend a workshop designed to provide you with strategies which you can use to help support the development of your daughter’s literacy and numeracy skills. Read More »

February07

Year 10 Careers Week

As you are aware Year 10 is an extremely important year for daughter and will have serious implications on your daughter’s future career. Our Head of Careers Mrs Lismore, in partnership with the Year 10 Team have organised a programme of events to help support your daughter in making informed choices about her future career pathway and subject choices. Read More »

February05

Proposal for St Louise’s to become co-educational

The Development Proposal for St Louise’s to become co-educational from Year 8 will be implemented in September 2019.  Please download and read the attached documents and do not hesitate to contact the school if you require any further information. Read More »

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