College Captain

Harry Dickenson

I am delighted to be elected as a 2020 College Captain and play an active leadership role for my fellow peers and students. There are so many amazing opportunities available at Scots All Saints College and I want to be able to work with teachers, staff and students to be a courteous hand for the school community. I am actively engaged in both academic and co-curricular settings, always seeking new activities and opportunities to build positive relationships at the College.

Throughout the past five years at the school, I have developed a passion for the performing arts. In Year 11, I took on the role of ‘the Beast’ in the school’s musical production of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ performed at BMEC (Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre. I enjoy listening to and performing music through constantly developing my vocal ability and guitar playing, studying Music 1 the 2020 HSC and performing in various school ensembles.

I am involved in playing many teams sports in both a competitive and social setting, representing the College in the Opens Rugby Union team and First 5 Basketball in 2019.

As the College Captain, I pride myself in representing the school, but I believe the role of a leader is about putting the needs of others before your own. Through the help of Director of Student Wellbeing, Mr Van Gend and the dedicated College Leadership team, I am helping to develop a new school culture focused on leadership, allowing students in younger years to build the skills required to become the leaders of the future.

There will always be challenges and troubles in life that can cause change, but if we manage to strive through the hardship, we will come out twice as prepared for the next bump in the road.

Harry Dickenson

College Captain

“There will always be challenges and troubles in life that can cause change, but if we manage to strive through the hardship, we will come out twice as prepared for the next bump in the road.”