SRC - School Representative Council
The Student Representative Council (SRC) provides all students with a voice.
Ideas, suggestions and requests for changes to school practice can be made by the SRC.
Each Year 2-6 class selects two representatives to be part of the Primary SRC each year. The SRC meets to discuss issues relevant to the school. The meetings are run by the School Council and teachers.
It is the duty of the SRC class representatives to seek input from their class members on issues and to report back to their classes following meetings.
Issues with which the SRC have been involved include: recycling initiatives, collecting donations during charity drives, school playground consultations, school uniforms, student wellbeing and school expectations.