Every Vistarian a dynamic leader with the heart to serve
The Student Leadership Committee is committed to:
i. Providing leadership training to all Vistarians
ii. Identifying students with leadership potential and developing them through further training and conferring a position of responsibility on them
iii. Providing platforms for student leaders to demonstrate leadership qualities
iv. Providing opportunities for Specialised League student leaders to be leadership mentors
v. Recognising student leaders through the LEAPS 2.0 framework
Our desired outcomes of NV Student Leaders
We want all NV Student Leaders to…
Be responsible decision makers with a compassion for others
Be exemplary in their actions
Collaborate with others and build harmonious teams
Lead with humility, confidence and integrity
Envision goals and empower others
In NV, we identify a Servant Leader as one who practices 3 key Habits. These Habits begin with a HEART that desires to serve. It is followed by the HEAD that learns to lead. Finally, it culminates in the HAND that dares to act. We believe these habits will help instill in our students the qualities we wish to see in a student leader.
Every Vistarian will be equipped with basic leadership skills through their level camps and cohort leadership training sessions conducted annually from Secondary 1 to 3. Trainings and platforms are provided to engage cognitive, emotional and hands-on aspects to fully immerse our students in the experience as they take on leadership roles at the class, CCA or school level.
NV Student Leadership Opportunities
There are 3 groups of Student Leaders in North Vista – Prefectorial Board, CCA Leaders and Class Committee.
As the apex of the Student Leadership body, the NV Prefectorial Board spearheads the following:
- Morning assembly duties
- Student welfare (e.g. building school spirit, gathering student feedback)
- School-wide events (e.g. NV Open House, Sec 1 Orientation)
- Self-initiated activities (e.g. VIA projects)
CCA leaders work closely with the teachers-in-charge and coaches to lead and motivate CCA members to work towards CCA goals.
Class Committee members support Form teachers and Subject teachers in ensuring that the class is well-maintained in terms of order and discipline. They are also involved in the planning of class-based activities and also events such as Youth Day and Teachers’ Day.