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A Student Representative Council (SRC) is a group of students elected by their fellow students to represent all students in the school. SRCs work democratically to represent the student body in school decision-making and organise ways for students to participate in school life.

The role of SRC members is to promote the views of students and to encourage students to become actively involved in their school. Students can have their say on a wide variety of issues for example, school uniform and aspects of school life to participating in the development of school policies.

Student Representative Councils are based on a committee structure with some students elected to positions such as chairperson, secretary, treasurer and class/year representatives. For secondary schools there are school and inter-school SRC groups.

School SRCs provide participation and leadership opportunities by asking for input from peers, holding open meetings where all students can personally voice their opinions and by holding special fun or themed activities/events in which students can participate.