Last week I received a call from a member of the public who had travelled on the same train back from the city as our student leaders who had attended the GRIP Leadership Conference.  She had made the effort to call and pass on her congratulations for the way our students had conducted themselves on public transport and the articulate and mature conversations they were able to hold with an unknown adult.

This is another example of the kind of behaviours and impressions that our students regularly show when out and about in the community, and is probably something I take for granted as we just expect it will be that way.  It is nice when people notice and take the time to let us know.  Congratulations to our student leaders and their families.