On the last Wednesday in May Penrith Mayor, John Thain convened the 2017 Civic Reception for Primary School Leaders. Much could be learned from gathering with council representatives, parents, teachers and of course other student leaders from different local schools. As pictured, students were also presented with certificates.
A good strategy for being sure you have a vision as a student leader. Say it on camera like these leaders did. Primary students in the Toowoomba region met with their local Mayor. Students were encouraged to share their personal idea on what they would do if they were the Prime Minister. These were filmed (watch via link below to Chronicle publication). This then led to the follow-up question “what
On 7th August nearby primary schools gathered for a day of combined training. The 10 schools who participated selected 4 senior students to attend the program, focused on taking practical leadership action. Sessions included ‘Finding a Leadership Focus’, ‘Gaining Participation From Others’ and ‘Developing Pride’.
Without the lower part of his body, John delivers an amazing story of overcoming adversity. This year Halogen celebrates 20 years of the National Young Leaders Day, and John has been one of the most talked about speakers since he last inspired students at this event. John has shared his story with over 6 million people around the world. To view a Channel 9 Inside Story feature on John go