The 2023 School Leadership Program is now underway

This is your time as a student of Roma Mitchell Secondary College to have your say


Student Representative Council: The SRC activates student voice by taking proposals from students to school leadership to improve student life and increase student input in decisions made about the school. Areas of responsibility include student wellbeing and engagement, fundraising and sustainability. These students are vital in creating whole school change and work closely within their campus and across the whole school. Each campus may have up to 6 SRC members, these may be from any year level and learning community.


Learning Community Captains: The role of a House Captain has shifted to that of a Learning Community Captain. Our Learning Community Captains demonstrate leadership through supporting staff and students within their learning community. This includes running Learning Community meetings, contributing to the planning and implementation of the YM program, positive role-modelling and advocating for students, planning and running learning community and house competitions. The LCC’s will also have a significant role in organization and running of whole school events including sports day. Each Learning community may have up to two learning community captains.


Cultural Captains: Cultural Captains: The role of a Cultural Captain is to provide a voice for Aboriginal students and to contribute to decision making throughout the school. Our Cultural Captains will role model and set a positive example for others and their responsibilities will include: introducing and mentoring new Aboriginal Students to the Campus and Learning Community, work closely with the Aboriginal Education Team to support the wellbeing of other students across the campus, attend Student Leadership Meetings and work closely with other student leaders across our college, work with leaders across the college to support to embed indigenous perspectives across curriculum and wellbeing activities and perform the Welcome or Acknowledgement of Country when required. Each campus will have up to two Cultural Captains.


Peer Leaders: A Peer Leader is a positive role model for peers and helps create a safe, respectful and welcoming school environment. They support the new year 7 students to transition into high school. Peer Leaders work collaboratively with other Peer Leaders and year 7 Yungkurrinthi Marni teachers to develop and deliver a series of Yungkurrinthi Marni activities that contribute to the wellbeing of year 7 students and support recess and lunch activities, along with other wellbeing activities.