School Leaders

Our student leaders take on various roles within our school throughout the year. They work in small teams to meet community engagement and fundraising goals. The work they undertake reflects our school Gospel values of Care, Courtesy, Respect and Responsibility and builds the community consciousness of all members of our school community.

 

Congratulations to our school leaders for 2020

 

School Captains:                                                        Vice Captains:
Asini & Harrison                                                            Nyarout & Kyle


SRC:

Natalie, Olivia, Edin, Aaron, Ella & Erina + School Captains & Vice Captains

 

                            House Captains:                                   Vice Captains:
Red:                     Sachiv & Aluk                              Ragge & Adel
Blue:                    Alex & Akoi                                     Chantale & Bawi                                                
Yellow:                Miguel & Mikey                                Maddox & Zac
Green:                 Hayley & Bior                                  Thuch & Keith



Social Justice:

Kristy, Riamilan, Diya, Khyathi, Moana, Caela, Maria, Ronelle & Scarlet

 

Technology Leaders:
Bonnie, Ayden, Hamish, Isabella, jet, Mason, Nakshathra, Shenonie, Summyr, Luka & Vardaan

Sports Teams:
Students are elected as the Captains and Vice Captains for each of the Sports Teams and take on various organisational and leadership roles in this capacity as team leaders.

The House names and colours of the sports teams are: Andrew’s – Blue     Heaney – Gold     Kavanagh – Green     Yowangeet – Red


The significance of the House names:

Andrew         
This is after our parish which is the foundation of the faith community for Werribee

Heaney           
Named after the first Parish Priest of the St Andrew’s Parish

Kavanagh       
Named after the Josephite Sister who was the Pastoral Associate of Wyndham Vale

Yowangeet     
The name of the Wathaurong clan who were the original custodians of the land where Manor Lakes now stands.