Tasmanian Government
Bayview Secondary College

Leadership & Citizenship

Part of belonging to a great college is about having a say. In our college, students have a say through their grade 10 Prefect Executive and also through Student Representative Council as class representatives. Leadership skills are developed through opportunities such as our student driven Peer Support and Anti-bullying teams, Aussie Sports Leaders, House Captains, Team Captains, Student Forums and Literacy and Numeracy Peer Coaches. Our students have a strong voice at Bayview Secondary College and we listen to their needs and suggestions for making the school a better place. 

Our students are strongly encouraged to be positively involved in the wider community through council led YNAG, organising fundraising events for student selected charities, supporting a zero tolerance to any type of harassment and bullying through values of inclusion and tolerance, and making a difference as local and global citizens. We encourage students in all grades to think about their place in the world and to understand that their positive actions can make a difference to the lives and well-being of others.

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