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Stoke Damerel Community College

Empowering Young Leaders: Y9 Sports Leaders Shine at PSSP Primary Leadership Conference

In an inspiring display of leadership and mentorship, 14 Year 9 sports leaders took on the challenge of running a two-hour session for primary students as part of the PSSP (Primary School Sports Partnership) Primary Leadership Conference.

It was a significant step for these young leaders, but they rose to the occasion with flying colours, proving just how far they've come in their leadership journeys.

The PSSP Primary Leadership Conference serves as an excellent platform for nurturing the leadership skills of young individuals and inspiring the next generation of leaders. These Year 9 sports leaders, chosen for their dedication and passion for sports, embraced this opportunity to guide and mentor the budding primary students.

Leading a two-hour session is no small feat for anyone, let alone young leaders, but they exhibited unwavering enthusiasm and dedication. They showcased their knowledge and love for sports, effectively conveying their passion to the primary students.

The feedback from the staff and teachers who observed the session was overwhelmingly positive. Their comments underlined the maturity and responsibility these young leaders displayed, which speaks volumes about their growth and development. The primary students benefited immensely from their guidance, gaining not only sports-related skills but also invaluable life lessons that come with effective leadership.

The success of these Year 9 sports leaders at the PSSP Primary Leadership Conference serves as a testament to the power of mentorship and the potential that young leaders possess. It reminds us that age is not a barrier to making a positive impact and inspiring others.