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Student story: Relishing the opportunities to experience leadership

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Sep 30, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Student story: Relishing the opportunities to experience leadershipBy Ashwin Sivapirabu, Year 6, Preparatory School Vice Captain

Being a School Officer at Trinity Grammar School Preparatory School requires you to be a good role model and demonstrate initiative around the School.

Being a School Officer also means that you have to represent the School in various ways. For example, providing tours of the School, welcoming boys at the front gate each morning, ensuring the boys show good manners at the Canteen, sharing the School prayer and raising the flags each day.

Some responsibilities are assisting the boys and teachers around the School, others are more public in the local community.

Doing lots of hard work as a School Officer makes me feel happy that I’ve helped out and done something for someone else. I’m proud to be a School Officer at Trinity Grammar School’s Preparatory School.


Trinity Grammar School aims to develop young men through a thoroughly holistic approach to education. Opportunities to enhance the mind, body and spirit are facilitated through a range of educative experiences. Our students are given many opportunities to experience leadership, whether it be through sport, creative arts, in the classroom, through Cadets or through School Officer roles. The foundation of the school’s leadership programme is based on the Biblical principle of servant leadership as demonstrated by Jesus throughout the Gospels.

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