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A Student Representative Council (SRC) is a group of students elected by their fellow students to represent all students in the school. SRCs work democratically to represent the student body in school decision-making and organise ways for students to participate in school life.The SRC also informs its peers of any important information which affects the student body.
Another purpose of the SRC is to teach students how the school works, how decisions are made and how to achieve changes. Being on the SRC teaches skills which you can put to use in later life
Students participating in the SRC need to be well organised and prepared to work towards having input in the running of the system.We believe they have a valuable contribution to make by voicing new ideas and in ensuring that their expectations are fulfilled.
Any student who is interested in joining the SRC must attend meetings and sign an agreement that they will abide by the rules set down.
SRC involvement can be very rewarding, particularly if students present good ideas at the meetings and are then able to follow them through to fruition.
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