Student voice acknowledges that students have unique perspectives on learning, teaching, and schooling, and should have the opportunity to actively shape their own education.
Student voice involves students actively participating in their schools, communities and the education system, contributing to decision making processes and collectively influencing outcomes by putting forward their views, concerns and ideas.
Student voice practice guide (Amplify)
Amplify is a student voice, agency and leadership practice guide.
The guide gives an opportunity for school professionals and students to have conversations, collaborate and take actions to empower students, whatever their current starting points.
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Victorian Student Representative Council
Representative Council (VicSRC) is the peak body for school-aged students. It
exists to empower all student voices to be valued in every aspect of education.
It is led by students and works alongside Victorian students and educators to
create a student-focused education system that treats young people as the
experts in their own education.
Congress is VicSRC's flagship student-led event which brings together secondary students from across Victoria to design solutions to the top issues in the education system, as voted by students. These priorities become VicSRC's advocacy platform for the next 12 months, spearheaded by the VicSRC Student Executive Advisory Committee.
For information on Congress this year check out VicSRC's website!
VicSRC Student Voice Awards
The Student Voice Awards
recognise the great work being done in student voice in Victoria. They are
given to both schools and students who have shown innovative and unique student
voice practice over the course of the year.