About the SRC
The Student Representative Council (SRC) is a student run and led committee that is dedicated towards empowering young people. The SRC exists to allow all student voices to be valued in every aspect of education.
What does the SRC do?
The SRC supports students to be active decision makers in their education, and builds the capacity of students to work in partnership with teachers, school leadership, and the wider community.
The SRC organises annual events designed to bring together teachers, school staff, and the wider community to build and celebrate the unique and valued voice of all students.
Furthermore, the SRC gives students not only a platform to have their valued voice heard, but it also prioritises advocacy, builds leadership skills, and teaches students how to be part of a team and collaborate to help facilitate change; pushing towards a student-focused education system that encourages young people to become experts in their own education. Important leadership and collegiate skills are thus learned and fostered which are greatly admired by any future employer.
When do we meet?
Every Wednesday lunchtime in E21.
The SRC Teams group is open to every student – feel free to join.
Please send a request to the GPSC SRC Teams group: Search for SRC on Teams on the school network it will lead you to the SRC Teams page.