Student Leadership


The Student Leadership Team has a strong focus on teamwork, supporting students and improving the wellbeing of the school community. Our goal is to support students to have a good time at school and give them an outlet to share their worries and problems with their peers.

School Leader 
Ryan Savage
 School Leader 
Amelia Martino
 Social Justice Leader
Charlotte McCracken
 Social Justice Leader
Harry Lauder

 Arts Leader
Scarlett Laverink
 Yellow House Leader 
Emily Navaro
 Yellow House Leader 
Taliah Harrison
 Blue House Leader
Harper Jennings
 Blue House Leader
Marco Martino
 Red House Leader
Cooper Hobbs
 Red House Leader
Maisy Knight

 Green House Leader
Dani Shalders
 Green House Leader
Will Eden
 Sustainability Leader
Tommy Le
 Sustainability Leader
Kaitlin Evans

Student Leaders drive their own actions and work with staff to provide new opportunities and activities throughout the school. Within the team, there are five areas of responsibility: 

School Leaders - responsible for student wellbeing

Social Justice Leaders - responsible for organising social justice events and raising awareness about helping others

House Leaders - responsible for bringing the community together and organising house events

Arts Leaders - responsible for activities involving the arts and assisting with managing the Visual Arts Show
Sustainability Leaders - responsible for driving initiatives to support our Resource Smart Schools Program


Ongoing projects that the Students Leaders have initiated at Christ the King include:

  • Lunchtime activities - leaders run structured activities to support students to play and socialise in a positive manner
  • Sport Shed Borrowing - leaders lend out sports equipment to encourage active play, responsibility and give more options for what to play at lunchtimes
  • Colours Days - leaders organise activities for house groups to come together and play, compete and work together
  • Bread Tags for Wheelchairs - leaders are responsible for collecting and counting bread tags that are then donated to Urban Upcylce where the plastic bread tags are used to create wheelchairs for those in need.
  • RedCycle - collecting and sorting plastic that can be used for recyling purpose
  • Fundraising Initiatives for Viqueque e.g Kicking for Viqueque Soccer Tournament
  • Online Surveys - leaders have created surveys to collect data and respond to student feedback about their wellbeing, school life and their performance as leaders