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Student Leadership Committee

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Vision:

Every Student a Leader 

Mission:

To Nurture Leadership Potential in Every Student 

Approach:

To provide leadership opportunities for every student. To impart leadership skills through providing training at all levels. To leverage on students’ leadership skills through collaborating with external organisations in trainings and events. To inspire leadership excellence with recognition schemes.

Leadership Trainings


Every Yuying student will be equipped with basic leadership skills. This is through the modules covered in CCE programmes for all levels during CGMP. Students are then able to apply the values, skills and knowledge learnt by taking up leadership roles at class level, CCAs or school level. Student leaders will receive specific training for their roles. They are then given opportunities to apply the skills they have learnt through the activities / camps / events that they will have to organize. 
 
Class Level – Class Executive Committee:
  • Chairman
  • Vice-Chairman
  • Communication Manager
  • Values In Action (VIA) Ambassadors
  • Cyber Wellness Ambassadors
  • National Education Ambassadors
  • Physical Education Ambassadors
  • Classroom Manager (IT)
  • Classroom Manager (Security)
 
CCA Level:
  • CCA leaders
  • CCA Executive Committee
 
School Level:
  • Ad-hoc leaders; Performing Arts Ambassadors
  • Prefects
  • Prefects Executive Committee
 
What we do:

  • Planning, execution and facilitation of major school events such as Secondary One Orientation (YOOP), Student Leadership Investiture, Annual Prefects’ Camp, Prefects Leadership Trainings and Teachers’ Day Celebration;

  • Partnership with Mathematics Department in executing Inter-School Sudoku Competition and CCE committee for the Values-In-Action projects; 

  • Partnership with external agencies for leadership trainings;

  • In-house trainings for Class Executive Committee and Class Chairmen;

  • Facilitating focus group discussions with students and school leaders