Student Voice

Student Representative Council

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The Student Representative Council is the central body for student voice and decision making in the school. It acts as the Student Executive, overseeing the work and structure of the Junior and Senior Leadership Groups which include Form Capatins representing each year level. The students run their own meetings, set their own agenda items and reach decisions that can be presented to the Principal and School Council  for consideration and action. The SRC has it's own constitution that was developed in 2008, setting out the procedures and rules for candidates, elections, voting and meeting procedures. In general, SRC and the Student Leadership Groups will focus their work on student initiated activities. year level events, social activities and fund raising.

The first step to involvement in the Student Leadership Forums is to nominate as a Form Captain.