What is the St Clare’s Student Representative Council ?
The St Clare’s Student Representative Council has been busy fundraising and supporting charities this year. Already, SRC have raised substantial funds for the Fred Hollows Foundation and for Cystic Fibrosis Australia. The SRC members meet regularly to discuss important upcoming events, things that the St Clare’s study body may need and to feedback information and suggestions on how to improve the ST Clare’s community from the study body. The SRC are an active and passionate force at St Clare’s High School who are supportive of the community and are involved in many events around the school. SRC provides a fantastic opportunity for students to become an active voice in the community, to show leadership and responsibility that gives them vital skills for their future.
The St Clare’s Student Representative Council in partnership with the school body and other school groups believe that “ Together we can make a difference” and pride themselves on that motto.
The 2015 Junior Student Representative Council being inducted and taking the pledge at the Term 1 opening Assembly.
The St Clare’s SRC are committed to supporting and fundraising for many charities within Australia. During Term 2, the SRC were committed to raising awareness about Cystic Fibrosis as it affects students and families within our own community. The St Clare’s Student Representative Council (SRC) and the Senior Leadership team are responsible for the organisation and running of the St Clare’s School Socials. The school socials are always a highlight and students have a fantastic night. These events are fully supervised by St Clare’s teaching staff and external security operators. Some images from these events can be found below.