Sandy Creek Primary School
OBJECTIVE: To provide students with greater access to information and decision-making across all aspects of the school.
Our objective will be achieved through the implementation of successful:
Class meetingstructures that will allow all children to participate in decision making in an active and responsible manner.
Meeting structures that allow the general student voice to be presented and opinions actively debated to arrive at the best decisions for all students.
S.R.C (Student Representative Council.) The year 5-7 class will be represented by 6 elected students. The 3-4 class by 4 elected students and the R-2's, 2 elected children.
Training of SRC representatives provided by the SRC liaison teacher.
Class meetings will occur once a fortnight.Students will be encouraged / trained to use meeting procedures - chairperson, minute secretary, time keeper, observer.
Will be responsible for facilitating SRC meetings, communicating to staff, parents and the general student body as negotiated with the SRC.
SRC report given at assemblies as required.Reports presented to School Council about twice a year and handed to the Principal and Chairperson of the School Council.
Minutes of all SRC meetings are posted in classrooms, given to all school staff and SRC representatives and put in the newsletter.
The SRC teacher will coordinate SRC elections in conjunction with staff.
The SRC teacher and representatives will provide a program of anticipated activities to the principal.
Executive roles defined, training given as required to SRC representatives.
ROLE OF S.R.C
- To liaise with Principal and staff - to share students' ideas to make our school even better.
- To decide upon and organise activities to raise money and support chosen charities and school projects.
EXPECTATIONS OF S.R.C REPRESENTATIVE
We, the elected Student Representative Council of Sandy Creek Primary School pledge to represent the interests of all students in our school for the benefit of the whole school community.