Student leadership in SJI is based on the school's Lasallian foundations. We embrace the six principles of Lasallian Leadership:
- To lead by example of service (Servant-leadership)
- To lead with a preferential option for the poor
- To lead through a cycle of observation, reflection and action
- To lead through being inclusive rather than exclusive
- To lead through dialogue rather confrontation
- To lead through proposing rather than imposing
The concept of servant-leadership encourages all of us to serve as we lead.Our student leadership positions include:
SJI Student Leadership Framework
The focus of the leadership development at SJI is centered upon the Lasallian values of Faith, Service and Community.
Students attend leadership camps where they come face to face with applying concepts learnt on how to be a good leader. During these camps, they have the benefit of mixing with other student leaders who are role models for them. In daily life in school, there are many opportunities for students to acquire and develop leadership skills. Leadership training is infused into the CCAs as well. This creates yet another avenue for hidden potential to surface and shine.
In the classroom, students may be nominated as Prefects (Probationary, Junior, or Senior), class committee members and/or subject representatives. At Fraternity level, Fraternity Captains may be nominated. Student Leadership roles include the following: Prefect EXCO, Fraternity Captain, CCA Leader, Peer Support Facilitator, Ace Leader, Peer Support Leader, Class Committee, Prefects, Subject Rep, Project Group Leader, etc.
|General Student Body||Specialised PSE Sessions|
|Subject Representatives (Rep)||Sessions by Subject Tutors|
|Class Committee||Sessions by Respective HoL|
|Peer Support Leaders (PSL)||PSL Training Camp (PSLTC)|
|Peer Support Facilitator (PSF)||PSF Training Camp (PSFTC)|
|CCA Leaders||Respective CCA / HQ|
|ACE Leaders||ACE Leaders Camp|
|Sports Leaders||Sports Leaders Camp|
|Top student posts @ SJI||Lasallian Leadership Training Camp (LLTC)|
Being a Josephian means being part of a community where everyone is a brother to each other and where everyone can grow to become a compassionate and competent leader.