The Student Representative Council is a fundamental competent of the San Clemente school community. The team has developed over the years to become an important student voice within the school. The team consists of two elected or self-nominated representatives from each Pastoral Care Group. The team meets each fortnight to discuss current school and wider issues, improvements around the school, fundraising events and social justice issues.
WHAT DO SRCs DO?
- Identify and voice student opinions and ideas.
- Report to your roll call concerning issues raised during meetings.
- Encourage school spirit and pride especially with events such as walkathon, sport carnivals and fundraisers.
- Improve school amenities and appearance.
- Run social and recreational activities.
- Organise fund raising activities.
- Participate in community services programs, including St Vincent de Paul.
- Attend regular meetings.
WHO CAN BE ON THE SRC?
All students are capable of being involved in the SRC; however there are certain characteristics you must display:
A SRC representative must:
- Be responsible, polite and cooperative.
- Be good at communication- including listening, talking and reporting back to roll call.
- Be a good problem solver.
- Be able to attend meetings during lunch and willing to participate.
- Lead by example at all times.
- Be willing and enthusiastic to take on extra responsibilities when needed.
- Complete tasks with maturity and without constant supervision.
- Demonstrate initiative and follow instructions carefully.
- Be able to encourage and motivate other students.
- Be willing to ‘challenge’ other students when required.
- Show respect for all members of the San Clemente community.
- Be well dressed and abide by the school uniform policy at all times.
- Be a good ambassador of San Clemente.
- Demonstrate the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Be committed to duties and accept responsibility for your actions.
- Be a trustworthy student and abide by the school rules and regulations.