Sunday, December 17, 2017
ADV---St-Mary's

Students voice their leadership skills

Nicholise Garner May 17, 2017
DRIVING POSITIVE CHANGE… From left, St Mary of the Angels Nathalia student leader representatives, Kye Roberts, Tristan Doyle, Mia Parker, Maria Gilroy, Isabella Nielsen and Vincent Barca. Photo: Supplied.

DRIVING POSITIVE CHANGE… From left, St Mary of the Angels Nathalia student leader representatives, Kye Roberts, Tristan Doyle, Mia Parker, Maria Gilroy, Isabella Nielsen and Vincent Barca. Photo: Supplied.

STUDENT Representative Council (SRC) members from across the region met in Shepparton recently, working together on common issues and learning about driving positive change for schools, their community and the entire education system during the VIC SRC Student Voice Workshop.

The one day conference was an opportunity for Student Representative Council members and Student Leaders to come together and share ideas on issues that matter to their peers and their region.

St Mary of the Angels Nathalia Deputy Principal, Tim Campbell said, “The Student Voice Workshop is a fantastic way for our Student Leaders to enact, affirm and further develop their leadership skills by working collaboratively with peers from schools across the region.

“This year’s workshop was a fantastic event! Our Student Leaders benefited greatly from the experience and we believe they walked away with a renewed inspiration, some practical strategies and a great idea on the steps needed to implement these ideas within our own school community.

“Well done to VIC SRC and especially Kate Wilde on another well organised and very beneficial event again this year.”