School Captains

Ross Park Primary School Captains play a pivotal role in fostering a positive and inclusive school environment. Serving as role models for their peers, they embody leadership qualities, demonstrate the school values of Strong, Fair and Kind, and act as liaisons between students and teachers. School Captains contribute to the overall development of their fellow students by encouraging teamwork, promoting school spirit and academic excellence, and addressing concerns that may arise within the student body. They encourage and support fellow leaders in other fields and work directly with the leadership team with the focus of school improvement and student voice.

Student Representative Council (SRC)

Mission Statement

As members of the Student Representative Council, we aim to be role models for all students, lead the student voice within the school by representing the student body and to demonstrate the Ross Park School values.


The SRC is made up of rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Years 3 — 6. Chil­dren are elect­ed for six months to a year and receive a badge to wear at school. The SRC is involved in many school activ­i­ties — greet­ing guests, help­ing in School Coun­cil deci­sion mak­ing, organ­is­ing social events, advis­ing the prin­ci­pal on issues, rais­ing funds for wor­thy caus­es, school improve­ment projects and much more. It is an excel­lent expe­ri­ence in respon­si­bil­i­ty, lead­er­ship and cit­i­zen­ship for students.

Eco Rangers

Mis­sion Statement

As Eco Rangers we aim to make a dif­fer­ence to the Ross Park School Com­mu­ni­ty by show­ing oth­er stu­dents that we all can con­tribute to the sus­tain­abil­i­ty of our envi­ron­ment. By being aware of how our actions can impact nature, we can take care of it and enjoy it for many years to come.


The Eco Rangers con­sists of 12 – 14 stu­dents from Years 3 – 6. This group of stu­dents meets once a week to work on projects which are in line with the mis­sion state­ment and reflect oth­er activ­i­ties and events in the school, as well as our school val­ues. An exam­ple of this is the Eco Rangers hav­ing a Mother’s Day stall where stu­dents could make their mother’s a gift using eco-friend­ly and repur­posed products.

To become an Eco Ranger, stu­dents go through an elec­tion process and are cho­sen by their peers and facil­i­tat­ing teachers.

House Lead­ers

Mission Statement

School leaders commit to a year of service to the school, exemplifying the school values and expectations of behaviour, uniform, work ethic and responsibility. School leaders care for all members of the school community and aim to create a safe and inclusive atmosphere for all to thrive and grow.


Year 6 stu­dents self-nom­i­nate and are elect­ed by their Year 3 – 6 peers in their house groups and staff through a formal voting process. The number of team lead­ers per house team varies each year, depend­ent on the num­ber of nom­i­nees and stu­dent enrol­ment numbers across the school.

The roles and respon­si­bil­i­ties of Team Lead­ers are to:

  • uphold the val­ues of Ross Park and to be role mod­els to oth­er students
  • organ­ise and run lunchtime games on a reg­u­lar basis
  • take respon­si­bil­i­ty for run­ning and organ­i­sa­tion of hous­es at Ath­let­ics and Swim­ming Carnival
  • host and organ­ise spe­cial sport­ing events e.g. teacher vs stu­dent sports
  • lead House meet­ings lead­ing up to major/spe­cial events
  • assist pro­grams in Junior school e.g. run­ning fit­ness activ­i­ties, Jnr Wet n Wild day etc

 Library Monitors

Mission Statement

As preparation for School Leadership opportunities in Year 6 and to celebrate and recognise a passion for literature, a Library Monitor aims to make the library a welcoming and friendly space where books are celebrated and managed. 


To become a Library Monitor, students in Year 5 self-nominate and write a letter of application. They go through an interview process and are chosen by library and leadership staff to serve for a year.