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2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52

Leadership

Leadership


Course: Long Bay College offers coaching opportunities for students at local primary and intermediate schools. Challenge your leadership skills by teaching others what you are good or passionate about. If you are interested in coaching a primary or intermediate school team please see the staff in the Sport Office. Contact:Director of Sport Ms Kaitlyn Savage When:Varies


Course: Do you want to be heard? Do you want to share your view about important topics? We run weekly afterschool debating workshops where you can learn and practice skills. We tackle big, controversial topics that will be sure to get your heart racing! We aim to create opportunities for you to debate in the Auckland Schools Debating Competition as well as The annual Long Bay College Public Speaking Competition. So come on, get social by sharing your view! All debaters, from beginners to advanced, are welcome. The competitions take place in a fun and friendly environment, with a focus on the learning and development of speakers within a team. Contact:Mrs Jana Durdevic When:Competitions every 2nd week, Terms 1-3


Course: Make your voice heard in Junior Council. Leadership is a multi-faceted skill that includes the ability to actively participate in informed decision making. Junior Council provides year 9, 10 and 11 students with the opportunity to inquire into, discuss and provide feedback on key school related issues. Discussion topics often relate to future education, effective teaching and learning, school culture and property. The Junior Council meets one morning a week and is chaired by 2 Head Prefects, supported by the Deputy Principal Leadership Development. Contact:Mrs Thea Kilian When:8am Tuesday in the Function Room


Course: Like to smell, buy, read or talk books!? Students who are reliable, able to work without supervision, are responsible computer users as well as enjoy books and reading, have the opportunity to become Library Monitors. Our school library is a place where students come to research, study and read to unwind. A Library Monitor is part of an important team and ensures the library is a quiet and safe environment for everyone. It is a chance to take responsibility, be recognised by teachers and peers while gaining work experience, library skills and job satisfaction. Contact:Mrs Wilma Coleman When:During class, interval and lunchtimes


Course: From the moment a new student arrives at Long Bay College, we do our best to make them feel comfortable and part of the school. The Orientation team provides tours around the building and puts together an information pack about the school. Contact:Mrs Jayne Jones When:The Orientation team take tours around Long Bay College when required on Monday mornings.


Course: This group meets weekly with the Principal to discuss and advise on school business and issues. This group is chaired by 2 of our Head Prefects and is composed of Y12 and 13 students. The Senior Council is a key vehicle for student voice at Long Bay College and is highly respected by the Board, Principal and staff. Membership is by application at the start of the school year, with the preference being given to students who served in the previous year. Members are expected to demonstrate a mature attitude, want to contribute an opinion, and respect confidentiality when required. Contact:Mr Russell Brooke When:Thursday before school


Course: This is a group of Year 9 students responsible for the planning and delivery of Year 9 assemblies. Responsibilities include organising performances, content, lighting and sound, guest speakers and the smooth running of assemblies. Contact:Mr Mickey Smith When:Year 9 assemblies occur every 3 weeks




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