Adam and Jemima's Leader Moments Print E-mail

On the 31/06/15 Jemima and I were student leaders. We had a plan to make sure every room was clean the whole day but what didn’t go as expected since the south class room was being used for classes that day so it was already clean. The wings on the other hand weren’t spectacular but it stayed clean (To student standard).

In the morning we got through headcount without any interruptions and everyone got to the room safe and sound. With book in hand we read our lines and told them how today was going to run, there was a good response in the room and everyone seemed to have been listening.

Lunch was amazing and the food that the cooks had given us was like food out of heaven. The headcount was the same, didn’t have to restart or anything.

Dinner headcount ran smoothly we choose the tables that were the quietest. The only trouble we had was for seconds people thought they all could go up at once but they were sadly mistaken and they were last to go >:D. 

Evening class was CLP Pitch It Up which went well but we have nothing to report there.

The experience as student leaders were pretty moderate I on one hand had a tough time getting the guys to stop play fighting and get to bed so Mr. Stafford didn’t get mad. The girl’s wing was reasonable and there was gossiping in the bathroom.

Adam-Phoenix P-12 and Jemima- Kaniva College


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