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Student Representative Council

Students in every class have the opportunity to nominate themselves for the Student Representative Council (SRC). The SRC is made up of students from Years 3 to 6 (one student per class) who have been selected by their peers. Having leaders selected by their peers, across multiple ages, allows the entire school student population to be represented in issues across the school community including student welfare, school pride, as well as involvement in charitable causes.

Student Representative Councillors attend fortnightly meetings; make decisions about which community service activities the students will support; feedback information and promote initiatives discussed at meetings with their class; actively listen to their class members’ ideas and feed these back at SRC meetings; and speak at assemblies when needed.