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Our School Captains and Vice Captains are chosen by the Principal at the end of the school year. Candidates are required to present a speech to all members of staff highlighting why they are the best candidate for the leadership team, with two girls and two boys chosen to represent Templeton the following year. The School Captains and Vice Captains have a responsibility to not only lead the school cohort, but to host a weekly assembly and represent Templeton at network events.

Alumni

2023 Arjun Manjeshwar & Chelsea Dan

2022 Niev Shah & Myra Wadhera

2021 Blake Earsman & Saveena Bhatia

2020 Aaditya Patel & Sachini Kularathna

2019 Harrison Bedford & Katherine Styles

2018 Elijana Henry & Thomas Cek

2017 Daniel Smith & Siennah Ferris

2016 Blake Drury & Gemma Van Grondelle

2015 Akshaay Shankar & Sadhana Sughesh

2014 Jaden Pay & Harini Jeevaraj

2013 Riley Coughlin & Tamsin Cohen

2012 Ashleigh Hollins & Sam Taylor

2011 April Walters & Jacob Barrett

2010 Yasmin Tan & William Smith

2009 Eylem Kim & Josh Hudson

2008 Chelsea Berry & Justin Wade

2007 Brittany Bosse & Dushan Ranasinghe

2006 Sharni Peters & Rowan Calladine

2005 Naomi Fitzgerald & Bradley Simpson

2004 Amanda Cain & Jason Neil

2003 Phyllix Tam & Robert Handel

2002 Nadia Louw & Ashan Ranasinghe

2001 Lizzie MacGregor & Sam Pardon

2000 Lisa Warner & Mitchell Camm

1999 Renai Alexopoulos, Kimberley Dawe & Benjamin Small

1998 Kate Warner & Travis McCarthy-Henry

1997 Danielle Flower & Jason Thatcher

1996 Laura Camm & Jonathan Chen

1995 Claire Pownell & David Taylor

Deakin

Deakin

School Captain

Mackenzie

Mackenzie

School Captain

Alumni

2023 Jerry Ren and Megan Chen

2022 Shlok Thakker & Emi Matzusaki

2021 Jack Bartlett & Lily Vivona

2020 Viyaan Senarathgamage & Maedy McLean

2019 Jesse Nealy & Kayla Earsman

2015 Kayla Nicey & Matthew Donald

Bowen

Bowen

Vice Captain

Sienna

Sienna

Vice Captain

Our four Templeton Houses are named after four Australian sporting legends, Ian Chappell, John Newcombe, Shane Gould and Raelene Boyle. Under our Programs tab, you can find further information about each of these legends, and their significance in Australian Sport. Our House Captains are voted for by students in Grade 3-6 at the start of each school year.

House Champions (13)

2022, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2005, 2004, 2001, 1997, 1995, 1991, 1985, 1984

Selwyn

Selwyn

Chappell House Captain

Anthea

Anthea

Chappell House Captain

House Champions (9)

2021, 2018, 2009, 2008, 2007, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1989

Bailey

Bailey

Newcombe House Captain

Reilly

Reilly

Newcombe House Captain

House Champions (9)

2019, 2013, 2010, 2006, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1988, 1986

Arnav

Arnav

Gould House Captain

Selena

Selena

Gould House Captain

House Champions (8)

2023, 2020, 2014, 2011, 2003, 2002, 1996, 1990, 1987

Nathan

Nathan

Boyle House Captain

Samaaya

Samaaya

Boyle House Captain

Our Student Councillors are elected by their peers at the beginning of each year. Those elected attend Student Council Meetings, organising fundraising days, lunch orders and other school events. Our Student Council is chaired by our School Captains and Vice-Captains, and run by Mrs Hynes and Mrs Bavage.

Xavier

Xavier

3B

Grace

Grace

4L

Erica

Erica

5G

Dihaan

Dihaan

6C

Tahalia

Tahalia

3G

Lucas

Lucas

4M

Ashmeet

Ashmeet

5N

Dhruv

Dhruv

6H

Aarav

Aarav

3H

Alexis

Alexis

4N

Nika

Nika

5Q

Arjun

Arjun

6J

Ella

Ella

3T

Sanika

Sanika

4S

Aty

Aty

5S

Abish

Abish

6T

Our MICE (Masters in Computer Education) are responsible for maintaining our technology throughout the school. The Year 5 MICE students assist our Lab Teachers with Prep students, while the Year 6 MICE mentor the Year 1 students. MICE are also assigned a specific grade to offer additional technical support throughout the year. MICE students must submit a resume and undergo a testing process to gain selection in their role.

Our Library Technicians assist in the smooth running of the Templeton Library. They are trained to catalogue books, complete returns and borrowing, while learning the Library Computer system. Library Technicians undergo a test and interview process to gain selection in their role in Year 5 and 6.

Our CARE (Citizens Are Responsible) students work with local kinders and Student Council. They run lunchtime activities, mentor younger students and create wider community engagement. CARE students are selected in Term 1 of Year 6, and must complete a resume and interview process with the Year 6 Team. 

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