New captains for ‘17

Twenty-two students have been announced as Red Bend Catholic College’s 2017 leadership team.

Year 11 students Maddison Thomson and William Nixon will step up to the role as next year’s College captains.

This title is a position of service and ministry to the Red Bend community. The new leaders will promote the vision of the college and exhibit qualities of co-operation, initiative, responsibility, respect and effectiveness. 

The pair are required to be a visible presence within the school community displaying gospel values of faith, courage, service, justice and forgiveness. 

Red Bend captains actively participate in school life by leading assemblies, developing and implementing fundraising initiatives and representing the school at official functions.

They will act as a liaison between the student body and staff through communication with the Principal and school executives. 

Boarding captains for 2017 are Sophie Welsh and Peter Lindsay.

This role involves being a representative for the students in the boarding community. They will serve as a voice for student concerns and issues, represent the college and assist with organisation of school functions.

House Captains for 2017: Jaiden Burke and Rachel Brown (Basil), Luke Evans and Nicky Davies (Chisholm), Jarrad Duffy and Chloe Morrison (Denis), Darby Medlyn and Katherine Hayes (Loyola), Jarrod McDean and Danielle Brown (McAuley) and Issac Vale with Madeline Swan for Xavier House.

Each pair of house captains represent the students within their house. They will assist with organisation of house and school functions and motivate members of the house to participate in college activities

Liturgy captains for 2017: Daniel Woods (Basil), Nathan Fisher (Chisholm), James Logan (Denis), Sieanna Bron (Loyola), Rosie Yapp (McAuley) and Sophie Huckel (Xavier). This team will assist in the development of liturgy within the house and whole school. They will actively promote religious education in the college community.

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