High School Student Representative Council (SRC)
The Student Representative Council (SRC) provides all students with a voice.
From Year 7 to Year 10 (culminating in Year 11) students can be elected to the SRC. Â The SRC runs a number of charity events throughout the year and acts on the suggestions and questions raised by the student body. Â
Ideas, suggestions and requests for changes to school practice can be made by the SRC. A major focus of the SRC is Tzedakah (working for justice), raising funds for, and awareness of, the disadvantaged. The SRC meets either weekly or fortnightly to discuss issues relevant to the School with teachers assisting the groups, allowing staff to keep in close contact with student concerns. The SRC representatives seek input from their class or year group members and report back following meetings.
The SRC has four main goals: to improve the image of the SRC, to broaden the horizons of the responsibilities of an SRC member, to donate to charity and positively contribute to our community and lastly, to continue to improve the already flourishing environment of the School.