Year 8 leaders 2018
Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC)
Year 8 Camp Preparation = 10 points
Local walks = 10 points
Caritas Challenge = 10 points
Golf = 10 points
Curling = 10 points
Following activities = 5 points
Herbert Forest Walk
Any other approved event of your choice
Compulsory part of leadership in year 8 - being able to plan projects = create SMART goals, action plans, outcomes and reflections. One per term = 10 points each.
Coming up with and following through a new initiative = 5 points.
One of these = 10 points, any further = 5 points each
Pasifika performance group
Participation in competitions when they come up e.g. photography, art, creative writing.
Other approved cultural or creative activity.
One of these = 10 points, any further = 5 points each.
Dominican Choir - attendance for Sunday mass when required.
Altar serving or mass ministeries
Pastoral projects from the parish
Any local community service projects
Keeping track and keeping inspired
Maintain your personal blog.
1 post per week for a whole term of published writing relevant to this challenge at the highest writing level you are presently capable of e.g. Level 4 writers must consistently produce level 4 writing. If you are at level 2 writing you must consistently be producing level 2 writing. All writers must show evidence of working on their next learning step in writing = 10 points.
Follow an inspiring leader's blog and write one comment per week at the top of your writing ability and pushing your next learning step = 10 points.
If you get 2 replies from a famous/inspiring leader's blog = 5 points.
Bronze Level = 180 points - this level means you have been an EXCEPTIONAL leader in year 8 and if you follow your leadership program and this challenge you will attain this level.
Silver Level = 205 points - beyond exceptional
Gold Level = 230 points - aspirational - some may get there
You will need to work consistently through to term 4 to achieve a leadership award. Each level will have a leadership badge and certificate and your achievement will be reported to your high school as well as recognised in our newsblog, assembly and hopefully the local paper. St Kevin's College will allow you to wear the badge on your blazer.
The score sheets for each student are private to the student and teacher. Access for parents to their child's scoresheet will be granted on request. Click on the sheet and request access.