The leadership program begins in Year 5 with a day of workshops that explores what leadership is and how it is demonstrated. Students also attend a series of workshops that focus on writing and delivering speeches in preparation for the nomination and election of roles, which are either peer elected or applied for and selected by teachers.
In Junior School, students can undertake positions that organise regular inter-house activities and events - whether sport-focused, such as the House Athletics Leader or the House Swimming Leader, or more arts-based, such as the House Music Leader.
Each house also elects their own House Leaders, who arrange activities for house meetings and support other leaders in their roles, and House Social Services Leaders, whose tasks include selecting the house-supported charities and running fundraising events.
Students can also be an Art Leader, assisting in creating and maintaining art displays and contributing to JS newsletters, or a Language Leader, where they help to promote the Language Clubs. Junior School also has Classroom Reader Leaders, a Wellbeing Leader, a Faith and Worship Leader, a Library Leader and an Environmental Leader.