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Student Leadership


Our mission is to develop Northstars who are confident leaders, and who dare to make a difference to others. As student leaders, they serve the school with conviction and represent the interests and well-being of the student body. 

Guided by Kouzes and Posner’s Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership, our student leaders strive to exhibit personal, peer and public leadership. This is done through experiential school and community leadership opportunities, collaboration and mentoring. Specific leadership training programmes like peer support training, event and management skills, service learning, public speaking and entrepreneurship equip our student leaders with the necessary skills to be more confident servant leaders. 

The Student Leadership Committee, together with other school and external partners, provide leadership opportunities to students based on their interests, strengths and abilities. 

Group Focus AreaDevelopmental Areas
Student CouncilPromote positive school culture and student well-beingTeacher's Day,
Leaders' Investiture,
The Makers Space
Peer SupportStrengthen student-student relationshipsBreakfast Programme,
Peer Support Programme
Class Committee  Manage class-related
matters
Class Activities,
SINGA Project,
SG Ambassador
 CCA Leaders Develop specific skills and leadership dispositions CCA training,
Skills acquisition programmes

The Student Council 

In 2020, the Student Leadership Committee enters a new chapter. The school’s Prefectorial Board has transitioned into the Student Council. The objectives are to provide Northstars with a voice and strengthen student’s sense of belonging and affiliation to the school.
As members of the Student Council, our student leaders serve the school by promoting a positive school culture. They organise school-wide activities such as the Student Leader’s Investiture, Teacher’s Day Celebrations as well as Values-In-Action that promote social responsibility. 
Our student councillors are given opportunities, within or outside of school, to develop their servant leadership competencies. They participate in the Youth Communication and Leadership Workshop held annually by the Toastmasters’ Club, attend level-based confidence building and events planning workshops and  embark on overseas service learning programmes to Hainan, China and Semarang, Indonesia.


Teachers-in-charge
Miss Norashikin Binte Ibrahim
Mr Abdul Razak
Mrs Daphne Kirishanan
Ms Siti Fathona
Ms Gu Tong