We encourage all KRB students to become leaders
KRB is committed to giving students the skills and confidence they need to contribute meaningfully to society.
Helping our students develop leadership skills is not just confined to formal positions. We encourage all students to be leaders. Students are given many opportunities to lead, including in the classroom, on the sporting field and as mentors to other students.
Leadership and social justice
Our students are also encouraged to act as agents of change by raising awareness of global issues such as the environment and social justice. KRB graduates leave our school with the belief that they can address these concerns through effective leadership.
The KRB Student Leadership Program
The KRB Student Leadership Program is based on the following framework:
- Model the way – show others what is expected of them
- Inspire a shared vision – set a direction in which others want to follow
- Create challenges – for yourself and others
- Enable others to act – create a team and work together
- Lead from the heart – be passionate about what you are doing!
Formal leadership positions
Our formal leadership positions acknowledge a student’s outstanding ability to service the school and community.
Head of Boarding Student Council
Head of Committees
Head of International Students
Head of Liturgy
Head of Social Justice
Head of Sport
Head of Student Council
Head of Student Wellbeing
Head of House – Day School (two per House)
Head of House – Boarding School
Committee Captain (various positions)
Student Representative Council (two per year group)
Social Justice Representative (two per year group)
Environment Representative (two per year group)
Liturgy Leaders (two per year group)
Wellness Leaders (two per year group)
Peer Support Leaders
Boy & Girl School Captain
Boy & Girl Sports Captain
House Captains (two captains per House)
Cor Unum Leaders (eight leaders)
Year 6 Committees
Students Representative Council (one representative per class, per term)