Student Representative Council
Who are we?
The Student Representative Council is a group of students who are willing to give up their own time to help others. There are representatives from each year. SRC members work to help students have a better life at school and raise funds.
What do we do?
The SRC meets regularly to debate and plan how it can help the school. We organise school socials. We also raise funds for charities and for the school. Through our fundraising we raise the awareness of students and staff about the needy in our community. Reporting back is also an important part of the job for SRC members. We report on our activities at school assemblies, year assemblies and in our classes.
Benefits of being a SRC member
By being part of the SRC we learn how to work together as a team and put forward other people's points of views. We also have the satisfaction of knowing we have helped people. It's also a good thing to put on your curriculum vitae for when you go job hunting.
Senoir Campus - Student Representative Council
The Student Representative Council is the leadership group who provide a link and communication between the Principal and the college community. It is their role to represent the views of students in Years 11 and 12 on issues of significance. Their representation is made with the principal, other students and staff, while also providing representation on the College Board. The Student Representative Council is also active in supporting community organisations on a local, national and international level.
Our student leaders are welcome to join this group if they are interested in participating in the leadership of the college. The group meet on a regular basis and form their own Tutor group at the College. The SRC has also participated in developing the ACT Colleges Representative Council (ACTCRC) to represent student views and opinions across all the public colleges of the ACT.
The current Copland College Student representative Council for 2007 consists of the following students. Please consult with them at the college if you wish to make representations to the College Board, Principal, or staff.