Aspirations and Objectives of the Student Representative Council:

The expectations of the Student Representative Council include representing the interests of the entire student body and promoting social responsibility in the local and broader community.

The objectives of the Student Council include:

  •  Building school spirit by encouraging students to participate in campus activities.

  •  Supporting the welfare of the school’s student body as a whole.

  • Providing an environment for students to ascertain and discuss student opinions.

  • Developing relationships and supporting the activities of other groups within the school, such as the Chaplaincy.

  • Bringing the school and wider community closer together by supporting community programmes and charities.

  • Creating leadership opportunities for students in both the junior and senior years at each campus.

Student Representative Council Activities:

Each campus is involved in many activities and fundraising events, including donations to charities, such as

  • Fundraising appeals for natural disasters

  • Mobile phone recycling with proceeds going toxxx

  • Earth Hour

  • National Tree Day

  • Daffodil Day

  • Clean Up Australia Day

  • Sun safety at school sporting events

  • International Women’s Day

  • World Teachers’ Day

  • Attendance at student leadership conferences

  • Lunchtime movie and quiz activities.

  • Trivia nights

  • Involvement with our partner primary schools and the opportunity to speak at official functions. 

Becoming a Student Representative Council representative:

The Student Council has traditionally been strongly represented by students across all year levels and continues to be so. Students have an interest in serving the entire student body, and wider community issues and events are encouraged to join. 

Applications for the Student Leadership Council on each campus are distributed via student notices and fortnightly newsletter.