Community
Student Leadership

Our students are encouraged to look outwards to their community, their nation and the world.

Opportunities at all levels
Year 7 Leadership and Service Opportunities

  • Kaitiaki Rauemi – Resource Guardian
  • School Committees – Arts, Environment, International, Academic
  • Librarian
  • Class Captain
  • Tech Angel
  • Assembly Leader
  • New Entrants Day Leader
  • NYLD National Young Leaders Day
  • Sports Fit Co-ordinator
  • Student Research Group
Year 8 Leadership and Service Opportunities

  • Tech Angel
  • Ambassador
  • Manaahi Roopu
  • Librarian
  • School Executive
  • Arts Committee
  • Environment Committee
  • Global Mind Club
  • Open Night Helper
  • NYLD National Young Leaders Day
  • Sit Peter Blake Leadership Award
  • Class Captain
  • Rotary Award
Year 9 Leadership Opportunities

  • Assembly Leaders
  • Class Leaders
  • School Executive
  • Youth Council Leadership
  • Workshop
  • Leo Club
  • Sports Coaches
  • Librarian
  • Environmental Leaders
Year 10 Leadership Opportunities

  • Assembly Leaders
  • School Committees
  • Sports Coaches
  • Open Night Helper
  • Youth Council Leadership Workshop
  • Librarian
  • Leo Club
  • Ambassadors
Year 11 Leadership Opportunities

  • Sports Coaches
  • School Committees
  • Peer Tutors
  • Open Night Helper
  • Leo Club
  • Youth Council Leadership Workshop
  • Librarian
  • Student Research Group
  • PAL – Physical Activity Leader
Year 12 Leadership Opportunities

  • School Committees
  • BOT Representative
  • Spirit of Adventure
  • ICC Youth Council
  • Librarians
  • Sports Coaches
  • Outward Bound Scholarship
  • Peer Tutors
  • Open Night Helper
  • Leo Club
  • Student Research Group
  • Youth Council Leadership Workshop
  • PAL – Physical Activity Leader

Year 13 Leadership Opportunities

  • House Captains
  • Sports and Cultural Captains
  • Outward Bound Scholarships
  • Sports and Cultural Coaches
  • Prefects
  • School Executive
  • Head and Deputy Head Girl
  • Year 13 Committee
  • ICC Youth Council
  • Open Night Helper
  • Leo Club
  • SADD Co-ordinators
  • 40 Hour Famine Co-ordinators
  • Sports Ambassadors Forums
  • Peer Tutors
  • Young Enterprise
  • BOT Representative
  • Student Research Group
  • Spirit of Adventure

Book a Tour of Enwood House

Come and see all that Southland Girls’ High School offers boarders with a tour of Enwood House that allows you to see our facilities in action, while meeting the staff and the students.

To book in for a tour of the boarding house, please email Jenni Dennis, jenni.dennis@southlandgirls.school.nz or telephone 03 211 6030.

RISKS Disclosure

Weekly sports contains risks, including common injuries like strains, sprains, bruises and dislocations. These events are managed by the appropriate sporting body in conjunction with school staff who will manage risk and hazards according to the school’s safety management plan. This includes careful consideration of the risks, all risks will be outlined to the students. While risks can be maintained to acceptable levels they cannot be totally eliminated. Some risk is retained for its learning and experiential value. If you wish to come in to school to see our safety management systems or have any questions, feel free to contact Ashleigh Rabel 03 211 6030 or ashleigh.rabel@southlandgirls.school.nz.

It is important for safety reasons that students follow instructions given to them by all staff and follow all appropriate school rules. Behaviour by students that is deemed dangerous and puts themselves and/or others at undue risk will result in your child facing disciplinary actions on their return or sent home at the cost of the Whanau/parents or caregivers.

RISKS Disclosure

This event contains risks, including possible injuries. This event is managed by school staff or other organisations who will manage risk and hazards according to the school’s/organisation’s safety management plan. This includes careful consideration of all procedures while carrrying out the activites. While risks can be maintained to acceptable levels they cannot be totally eliminated. Some risk is retained for its learning and experiential value.

If you wish to come in to school to see our safety management systems or have any questions please phone 03 211 6030.

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT

I understand that sports, trips, and extra-curricular activities are opportunities for me to learn, practice skills, and gain attitudes and values in an environment outside of the school.  I realise that this requires me to take on genuine responsibility for my own enjoyment and safety and that of others.

I agree to do the following to make this happen:

  • Show courtesy and consideration to others.
  • Follow the rules and instructions of staff and other supervisors at the events.
  • Look after myself and my personal belongings.
  • Declare medical conditions that could affect participation in the events.
  • Accept the rules set by the school for the events.
  • Take part in all activities within ‘challenge-by-choice’ options

I understand that my parents / caregivers will be contacted and I may be sent home at their expense if:

  • My actions are considered unacceptable by staff / supervisors of these events.
  • I breach the behaviour / discipline standards of the school.
  • My actions put me or others in any danger.

Book a School Tour

Come and see all that Southland Girls’ High School offers students with a school tour that allows you to see our facilities in action, while meeting the staff and the students.

Student tour guides will answer questions and offer a student’s perspective, before meeting with a senior member of staff to discuss your child’s enrolment.

To book in for a tour of the school, please email Nicola Macpherson on  nicola.macpherson@southlandgirls.school.nz or telephone 03 211 6030.

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