Being a Sports House Captain is a privilege and great responsibility. Students need to:
- Show commitment to being a leader in our school
- Be a role model; showing excellent behaviour and demonstrating the school values
- Contribute ideas and be willing to participate in school events/programs
- Have an opinion and voice those opinions
- Give up their own time at recess and lunch to have meetings, plan and organise events.
- Be a team player
- Be a creative thinker and good at problem solving
- Be enthusiastic, fair, honest and reliable
Being A Sports House Captain requires commitment to the following:
- House Athletics -Assisting staff in the preparation and running of our Annual School Athletics Day.
- Equipment borrowing -Organising equipment for students to use in the yard.
- Whole School Announcements -Preparing and delivering school announcements
- Whole School Assemblies -Assisting with the set-up and pack-up of whole school assemblies. Hosting and preparing speeches for these assemblies
- Whole School events -Assisting with the set-up, running and pack-up of whole school events such as Athletics Day, Footy day, Step into Prep, Willmott’s Got Talent etc
- Fundraising -Planning and organising fundraising events such as School Run4Fun Colour explosion, Crazy Hair Day, Out Of Uniform Day, Pyjama Day. Assisting with the allocation of fundraising funds to best support the school.
- Meetings -Attending regular meetings (usually held during lunch and recess breaks)
- Willmott Weekly -Preparing and presenting updates through Willmott Weekly, interviewing staff and students, recording aspects of the school to report to the wider school community.
- Excursions and Incursions -Attending Leadership excursions (National Leadership Day at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre) and conferences. Having Guest speakers come to the school to present to the student leaders.
- Student Voice -Conduct grade/cohort surveys, asking for opinions and ‘student voice’ at various times of the year.