Student Leadership

Student Voice is a key to underpinning the School Values at Lockleys Primary School; Respect, Belonging, Caring and Commitment. Improving student outcomes through ensuring student voice is a priority both through nominated Student Voice representatives and leaders as well as at an individual and classroom level enables students to share their unique perspectives on learning.

We have modelled our decision making processes on the information presented by Andrew Fuller at the 2016 Resilient Youth Australia Conference and the Ladder of Participation, Hart.R (1992).

Our theme is ‘What makes a leader phenomenal?’ Our ultimate goal is to empower students to confidently and actively participate in home, community and school life.

2016 School Leaders

Ula Gustafson

Manuel Boniardi

Lockleys Student Voice Semester 1

Room 1: R/1 Class –

Zaylia McMahon

Tommy Jovanovic

Room 2: 2/3 Class –

Acacia Edey

Jack Burfield

Room 4: 3/4 Class –

Tahlia Ward

Angus Jermanis

Room 9: 5/6 Class –

James Bowyer

Ula Gustafson

Room 11: 6/7 Class –

Mansher Pannu

Manuel Boniardi

Lockleys Student Voice Semester 2

Room 1: R/1 Class –

Matthew Sammon

Ezra Edwards

Room 2: 2/3 Class –

Manavjot Kaur

Sean Meredith

Room 4: 3/4 Class –

Mikayla Blackman

Claudia Wight

Room 9: 5/6 Class –

Prabhnoor Malhi

Kayla Guthrie

Room 11: 6/7 Class –

Elliot Sammon

Maddeleine Nunn