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.
November26

Females of the Future Event – PWC

There is a fantastic ‘Females of the Future’ event with PwC taking place on Tuesday 30th November 5pm – 6pm exclusively for females in Northern Ireland. This session is going to be all-around female empowerment in the workplace, diversity and inclusion along with a brilliant skills workshop to help you progress your career after school. If you are interested in … Continued

November24

Kainos – Interested in a future in IT?

Attention female students aged 14-19! Kainos are running a 3 day programme (Tues 30th Nov – Thurs 2nd Dec) that will give you insight into what it’s like to work in IT. If you are interested read the information below and complete the online registration. Read More »

November23

Computing Parents’ Evening at QUB

If your son/daughter is interested in studying Computing, Queen’s University Belfast are offering an opportunity for you to meet staff, students and employers virtually on Thursday 2nd December 7-9pm. Read More »

November22

Are you interested in Fashion and Sustainability?

Junk Kouture is a student-centric platform for creativity and sustainability that enriches the world’s youth through a recycled fashion competition, which is open to 14 – 18 year olds. The Junk Kouture programme is a greatenrichment opportunity for students who are then able to put their experience on their portfolios, CV’s or UCASapplications for university. … Continued Read More »

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