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Student leadership in school plays a crucial role in creating a positive and inclusive learning environment. It involves students across the school taking on a variety of leadership roles and responsibilities to contribute to the school community. Student leader responsibilities include being responsible for organizing events, representing their peers, and advocating for student needs and concerns. They help to foster a sense of belonging, promote school spirit, and encourage collaboration among students. Student leadership also provides opportunities for personal growth, skill development, and building confidence. Skills that can be developed through these opportunities include communication and public speaking skills, problem-solving and decision making abilities, teamwork and collaboration, organisation and time management, and critical thinking – to name but a few! These skills are valuable not only in their time at school but will also benefit the students through their life.

Student leaders play a vital role in amplifying the voices of their peers. They act as advocates for student needs and concerns, bringing these forward in environments such as School Council meetings and working towards solutions. By fostering open communication channels, student leaders help and support to build on the student-centred environment we hold close at Nadeen School. The students are key drivers in building upon the sense of community which promotes our positive and united school culture.

At Nadeen School we have a range of leadership roles that students can apply for and also be elected to take on. They include Head Boy and Head Girl for both the Primary and Secondary schools, School Council leaders and class representatives, House Captains, Early Years Mentors, Prefects, and Planet Protectors.

We are very proud of our student leaders every year as they take on the roles with such enthusiasm and genuine care for the school. We see the students develop more and more as the year progresses and they become role models to other students who aspire to be part of the Student Leadership Team. At the end of the academic year, the students have developed into confident, responsible, and proud students who are empowered to lead.


Primary Head Boys and Head Girls









School Council



Early Years Mentors