Our 5 Favourite Student Leader Success Stories from August

Every day we share success stories of student leaders who are making a difference with great ideas. We believe that they are all excellent ideas, but here are our 5 favourites from August…

Chisholm Catholic College “Potty Poster” Initiative

Art Committee students from Chisholm Catholic College have started the “Potty Poster” initiative at their school in a bid to encourage their peers. The idea has seen a range of brightly coloured posters hung on the back of toilet stall doors on campus. Read the original article HERE.

Cooinda Primary Students Plant 1000 Trees

One hundred Year 5 and Year 6 students from Cooinda Primary School have contributed to their local community by getting involved in a tree planting day at Brockman Park in Bunbury. Read the original article here.

Toorak College Students Create ‘Caps for Cancer’

Toorak College boarding students have sewn warm caps for women and children cancer patients in an initiative they have called “Caps for Cancer”. 70 students were involved in the creation of the ‘caps’. Read the original article HERE.

Santa Maria Students Provide Food for Homeless Women

Students worked with their hospitality team at school to provide trays of sandwiches and cookies as part of National Homelessness Week which aims to raise awareness for the issue in local communities. Read the original article HERE.

Camberwell Girls Grammar School Students Create “Amathing Race”

The “Amathing Race” involved competitors following a map the students created which led them to solve several maths riddles to reach the finish line. The girls created the race to provide lunchtime entertainment for their peers while some of the school was on an excursion to the snow. Read the original article HERE.