During the College Assembly on 29 May, four Year 7 students were acknowledged as the
Year 7 Councillors for 2019.
congratulate Rensuk Jadawani, Lydia Belay, Jaiden Clemsha and Cooper Casey.
the last few weeks Ms Taryn Mohen, Year 7 Coordinator and Ms Fiona Flower,
Deputy Principal have been working through the process of fulfilling our Year 7
Student Representative Council positions. I would like to say a big thank you
to all the students who put in the time and effort, writing up their application
and preparing themselves for their group interview. Your hard work definitely
has been appreciated and it doesn’t go without being recognised."
Ms Alexandra Lintern
Student Representative Council Coordinator
as a member of the Student Representative Council (SRC) is a significant
achievement. There are representatives from each of the year groups and Year 12
students are responsible for particular portfolios that include; The Arts,
Music, Sport, Christian Ministry and House. There are also special roles of
Academic Captains, Student Community Captains, Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head
Girl and the Head Boy and Head Girl.
selection process for all SRC members takes place at the end of Term 3 and students
are ‘in office’ until the end of Term 3 the following year. Students are
elected based on staff recommendation; this includes the Pastoral Care Advisor
(PCA), House Coordinators and Year Coordinators, as well as a student vote.
Upper school students also undergo an interview in order to select the best
candidate for the various roles within the SRC. These students are acknowledged to the College community at Presentation Evening at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Current
Year 7 students are selected in Term 2 of that year.
to be eligible as a member of the Student Representative Council, a student
must satisfy the following criteria:
- Positive attitude towards
- Commitment to the College
- Attendance and support of
College functions, e.g. Athletics Carnivals, House Activities, etc.
- Complies with uniform and
- Good school record.
- Polite to teachers and
- Good communication skills.
(e.g. with staff, students, public speaking, presenting ideas)
- A sense of responsibility.
- High level of motivation.
- Sound organisational skills.
- Cooperation and teamwork