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Student Leadership & Discipline



Department Goals Student Leadership

1) To inculcate student leaders to show responsibility and commitment in their leadership roles. 

2) To empower student leaders to have the willingness to lead and cooperate with others.

3) To build close relationship and leave a legacy among the student leaders. 


Student Leadership Framework

 Student leadership development at CHIJ OLQP seeks to develop leaders who:

·      act with compassion;

·      have moral courage; and

·      lead and serve with humility.

The school plans to use “The Leader in Me: 7 Habits of Happy Kids” leadership practice to develop in the students, leadership and 21CC. “The Leader in Me” is a comprehensive K-12 school improvement model that equips students with the essential leadership and life-readiness skills they need to thrive in the 21st Century, and enhances results for the school in the area of leadership, culture and academics.

The school’s 2-tier leadership development programme. It is designed to provide baseline leadership skills acquisition for all students, and also extends opportunities for students with high potential, to lead and serve the school through the various student groups.

At the class level, “I Can Lead” aims to provide all students an opportunity to lead and serve their peers. The school creates platforms for students to hone their leadership skills, e.g. class monitor, group leaders and subject leaders.

At the school level, “I Can Serve”, “The Leader in Me: 7 Habits of Happy Kids” extends the area of focus to ‘Create a Leadership Culture: Shared Leadership’. At this level, opportunities are provided for potential student leaders to serve in school-level leadership roles, e.g. prefects, CCA leaders and IJ Ambassadors. Student voice and collaborative leadership will lead to innovations in the school.

Tiered
Approach

Students Involvement

Leadership Practices

Leadership Platforms

I Can Lead
(Class Level)

Primary 1 – 6

The Leader in Me:

7 Habits of Happy Kids

Habit 1: Be Proactive

Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

Habit 3: Put First Things First

Habit 4: Think Win-Win

Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood

Habit 6: Synergise

Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw

Leadership roles in class

I Can Serve
(School Level)

Selected students from Primary 3 – 6
-Prefects
-EXCO Prefect
-CCA Leaders
-IJ Ambassadors 
-Peer Support Leaders 
-RE Leaders
-AV Leaders

· Student Leadership Training

·Camps

·CCAs

·Service to School

·Student-led Programmes - Teachers’ Day, Community Projects



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HABIT 1: BE PROACTIVE

You’re in Charge
I am a responsible student. I take initiative. I choose my actions, attitudes, and moods. I do not blame others for my wrong actions. I do the right thing without being asked, even when no one is looking. 





b.jpgHABIT 1: BE PROACTIVE

You’re in Charge
I am a responsible student. I take initiative. I choose my actions, attitudes, and moods. I do not blame others for my wrong actions. I do the right thing without being asked, even when no one is looking. 







c.jpgHABIT 3: PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST  

 Work First, Then Play

I am a self-disciplined student. I spend my time on things that are most important. This means I say no to things I know I should not do. I set priorities, make a schedule, and follow my plan. 




HABIT 4: THINK WIN-WIN     
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Everyone Can Win

I balance courage for getting what I want with consideration for what others want. I make 
deposits in others’ Emotional Bank Accounts. When conflicts arise, I look for third alternatives.




E.jpgHABIT 5: SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD  

Listen Before You Talk
I practise the virtue of understanding by listening to other people’s ideas and feelings. I try to see things from their viewpoints. I listen to others without interrupting. I also practise the virtue of confidence in voicing my ideas. I look people in the eyes when talking.



HABIT 6: F.jpgSYNERGISE  

Together is Better
I practise the virtue of cooperation and value other people’s strengths by learning together. I get along well with others, even people who are different from me. I work well in groups. I seek out other people’s ideas to solve problems because I know that by teaming with others, we can create better solutions than anyone of us can alone.

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HABIT 7:SHARPEN THE SAW  
 
Balance Feels Best

 I practise the virtue of purposefulness. I take care of my body by eating right, exercising and getting enough sleep. I spend time with my family and friends. I learn in lots of ways and lots of places, not just at school. I find meaningful ways to help others.




Programme Highlights 2021

Programmes / Activities

Level involved

Date

Prefects’ Meetings

Primary 4 to Primary 6 Prefects

8 Jan

5 Feb

9 Apr

2 July

Primary 3 to Primary 5 Prefects

1 Oct

Student Leadership Workshop

Primary 4 -  Primary 6 prefects and CCA student leaders (Level 3) 

15 Jan

22 Jan

Student Leadership Team Bonding Session

Primary 4 to Primary 6 Prefects

28 May

Trainee Prefect Training

Primary 3 and Primary 4 (newly appointed)

16 Jul

30 Jul

Prefects Investiture

Primary 4 to Primary 6 prefects

16 Jul (Rehearsal)

29 Jul (Rehearsal)

30 Jul (Actual)

Teachers’ Day Rehearsal

Primary 5 prefects

2 Jul

26 Aug

27 Aug


Peer Support Relationship (PSR) Trainings

Programmes / Activities

Level involved

Date

P3 to P6 PSR Session 1 through Zoom

Primary 3 to Primary 6 Peer Support Leaders (PSLs)

8 Jan

P5 & P6 PSR Session 2

Primary 5 and 6 PSLs

15 Jan

P3 & P4 PSR Session 2

Primary 3 and 4 PSLs

22 Jan

P3 to P6 PSR Session 3: Check-in

Primary 3 to Primary 6 PSLs

12 Mar

P3 to P6 PSR Check-in via SLS

Primary 3 to Primary 6 PSLs

Term 2 Week 10 (22 Mar – 25 Mar)

P3 to P6 PSR Session 4

Primary 3 to Primary 6 PSLs

2 Jul

P3 to P5 PSR Session 5: Consolidation

Primary 3 to Primary 5 PSLs

12 Nov

P1 & P2 PSR Session 1 to 4

Primary 1 and 2 PSLs

2 Jul

16 Jul

27 Jul

12 Nov


Classroom Leader

Programmes / Activities

Level involved

Date

Class Monitor Training 
(Semester 1 and 2)

Primary 1 to Primary 6

P1 to P3 (Face to Face)

P4 to P6 (Online Learning via SLS)

15 Jan (for Semester 1 monitors)

9 Jul (for Semester 2 monitors)

AV Monitors’ Training

Primary 2 to 6 (Semester 1)

Primary 1 to 5 (Semester 2)

22 Jan

16 Jul

P3 to P6 WSA-EC Student Champions Workshop

Primary 3 to Primary 6

22 Jan

Cyber Wellness Ambassadors Training

Primary 1 to Primary 6 selected students

16 April

9 July

CCE Mentor Workshop

Primary 3 to Primary 6

1 April





Discipline

1) To inculcate in students a sense of self-discipline, respect the right and feelings of others, take responsibility and accept the consequences for their own actions. 

2) To empower students with the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes that will enable them to fit in and participate successful in all aspect of society. 

3) To support all students, staffs and parents in delivering a set of procedures for managing the school's expectations of students' behaviour. 

Misbehaviours and Consequences

The table below shows the list of misbehaviours and their possible consequences.

Offences / Misbehaviours

Possible Consequence(s)

Attendance-Related Offences 

·       Compensation

·       Corrective Work Order (CWO)

·       Counselling

·       Discipline Record

·       Involvement of police and/or external agencies

·       Parent-Teacher Conference

·       Parent-P/VP Conference

·       Recess detention

·       Self-reflection

·       Verbal Warning

·       Late-coming

General Misconduct / Unacceptable Behaviour

·       Abuse of Technology

·       Disruptive behaviour in class

·       Forgery

·       Frequent late submission / incomplete of homework

·       Leaving Class / School without permission

·       Littering

·       Open Defiance and Rudeness

·       Persistent improper attire and/or grooming

·       Skipping classes

·       Truancy

·       Using vulgar language or gestures on staff / peers

 

Other Serious Offences

·       Arson

·       Bullying / Extortion

·       Cheating in tests / examinations

·       Fighting / Assault

·       Gambling

·       Smoking

·       Substance Abuse

·       Theft / Shoplifting

·       Use, possession or distribution of inappropriate material

·       Vandalism

*The table above is not exhaustive and serves only as a guide. The school reserves the right to take the necessary action(s) in the best interests of our students, staff and the community.