At Redbank Plains State High School, we believe that developing student leaders and establishing positive models of student governance is of absolute importance. Our leadership structure provides opportunities for students at all levels to undertake leadership roles within the school.
Our established system provides students with a sense of empowerment, ownership and responsibility in school matters. In providing a variety of leadership opportunities and skill development, students have the freedom to develop their full leadership potential in Junior and Senior years.
Our school community leaders comprise of the Year 12 Student Leaders, Year Level Leaders and the REAL Council. The Year 12 Student Leaders comprise of our School Captains and Vice Captains, Community, Environmental, Arts and Sporting Captains and Prefects who help to organise and run various activities within these areas. The REAL Council was designed to provide a direct link between all students, the Year Level Coordinator and the Principal of the school.
Year 11 Leadership Camp
At Redbank Plains State High School, we recognise the significance of developing a leadership culture in young people to positively influence attitudes and behaviours to improve our school culture. The Year 11 Leadership Camp aims to equip our future school leaders with the skills and confidence needed to develop strong leadership in Year 12. Students learn about the core skills – inclusion, team building, morale, and peer organisation.