He aha te mea nui o te ao. He tāngata! He tāngata! He tāngata!
What is the most important thing in the world? It is people! It is people! It is people!
Student Leaders' 2023 Vision
Increase school pride by creating a safe and welcoming environment that encourages all students to thrive both academically and through their passions.
Kate Adolph, Tom Anderson, Joe Buley, Drew Clemas, Rosie Davis, Matt Draper, Ella Dunphy, Yi Fei Han, Yi Fei, Archie Heyward, Zach Jansen, Vihara Jayasinghe, Will McIntosh, Scott Morgan-Smith, Mika O'Neill, William Shaw, Chloe Sheppard, Caroline Tu'a, Bethan Webster, Leah Williams, Bella Wilson-Fry
How can I get involved?
Student Leaders are visibly active promoting House events, being inclusive, approachable, helpful and informative - and have roles within House leadership, Student Council, Form Class reps, Cultural, Arts, Sports, Academic / Curriculum, Extracurricular / groups ... and much, much more!
Sudents Leaders must be: Prepared; Organised: know what is going on; Open-minded; Respectful; Able to listen; Consistent; Punctual; Kind and encouraging; Being involved: lead others from within; Inclusive; Helpful; Understanding (and) accepting of others; Great Communicators; Reliable: follow through with what you intend to do; Honest; Actively working to complete goals; Accountable; Demonstrate commitment; Positivity; Trustworthy; Approachable, Friendly; Empathetic; Reflective: having the ability to working through weaknesses and learning from mistakes.
Roles of a Student Leader - be Visible! Student Leaders are the face of our school at public/community events. Leaders will wear the school blazer, shirt and tie at such events, as well as during assembly weeks. Leaders are given a badge to represent their role. Each year Student Leaders are introduced to Year levels at Assemblies. Each Leader has the responsibility to be respectful of their clear roles and responsibilities and make themselves known to other students. Promoting school events through form class activities, assemblies and via official school social media outlets.
Whakatauki: Ahakoa iti, he pounamu.
Although it is small, it is of greenstone.
Mā te kimi ka kite, Mā te kite ka mōhio, Mā te mōhio ka mārama Seek and discover. Discover and know. Know and become enlightened. Learning is a journey. It starts with a conscious effort to seek knowledge. Upon seeking, you will surely discover a brand new thing or see a familiar object in a totally new light. Eventually, the things you know will lead you to become wise beyond your years. Seek. Discover. Know. Be enlightened.
Want to know more about becoming a Student Leader at Green Bay High School? Please see your dean for more information, or contact Deputy Principal Elaine Webb.