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19 The leadership potential in every student is nurtured throughout school life building the self-awareness confidence and skills required to serve others. Through training embedded in the curriculum and programs woven through Years 2-12 students learn to work effectively as team members and leaders. They discover the challenge and satisfaction inherent in leading and the importance of collaboration in realising goals. At Year 6 while all students are challenged to display leadership and are recognised for their effective demonstration of it formal rotating roles of varying tenure ensure all students develop a sense of responsibility and benefit from leadership opportunities. In the Middle School students gain further experience in modelling inspiring enabling and encouraging others as Class Captains Year Level House Leaders and leaders within the Cadet Unit and Outdoor Education program. Year 10 students hone their leadership and pastoral care skills through the Peer Mentoring program which facilitates positive relationships between seniors and Years 6-7 students. Students in Year 11 are invited to take initiative and support teachers in the administration of the Year Levels activities. Genuine opportunities are provided for them to lead activities including leadership breakfasts assemblies and social events. Prefect roles are awarded to a team of Year 12 students. They join our Heads of School Senior Prefect and Heads of Year 12 in leading the student body and take responsibility for a variety of Academic Arts House Peer Support Community Service and Sport portfolios. Additional opportunities to display leadership are available to senior students through the Schools extensive co-curricular and Boarding programs. Everyones a leader