Issue 7th March, Vol 6
This week the SRC members of the student leadership teams participated in a day long workshop to help them develop their skills in leadership. The day was run by David Mould and included public speaking, how to run meetings, whole school initiatives, leading a team and setting goals. For the short time I was there in the day I was very impressed with the way the students participated and were willing to take risks by 'putting themselves out there' with their impromptu speeches and then taking on board feed back from their peers. They are all to be congratulated for the very mature way they approached this day and for being prepared to give their time to be a very important part of whole school development, planning and activity. I know the school captains are very keen to now action some of the ideas they have developed.
I would also like to acknowledge and congratulate the students who have voluntarily participated in the numerous sporting events over the past few weeks. Well done to all of those students who represented the school across cricket and swimming. Good luck to the Year 8 boys cricket team in their next round of competition and the Regional swimming students who are competing next Wednesday in Sale.
Trafalgar High School, with a student enrolment of approximately 600, is situated in a pleasant environment between the Strzelecki Ranges and Mount Baw Baw.
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