VicSRC Student Voice Workshops 2019
Term 1 Bookings NOW OPEN!
If you would like to host a Student Voice Workshop get in touch at with your school name and location.
We don't make change alone.
VicSRC Student Voice Workshops enable secondary students and educators to work together on common issues and drive positive change in schools, communities and the education system.
Need help? Contact Hayley Allen, Program and Events Officer:
*Please also note that we're currently running SVWs for secondary students only - but if you're interested please send through an EOI to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thursday 14 March | Geelong High School
Friday 22 March | Roxburgh College
Monday 25 March | Carwatha College
Wednesday 8 May | Kerang Memorial Hall
Delivered around the state by VicSRC this series of workshops ensure students and schools are equipped to develop best practice student voice, no matter their location.
We bring educational leaders – students, teachers and school leadership – together in a unique learning space to collaborate, co-create and spark practical strategies to transform their schools and learning environments.
What is a Student Voice Workshop?
Student Voice Workshops help you to work collaboratively to tackle the how of student voice, agency and participation. Over 4.5 hours, VicSRC will work through our A.L.T.E.R. method and tools to make positive change in your school. Alongside student planning time, a professional development session is run exclusively for educators to share and explore the highs and lows of implementing best practice student voice in schools.
Proudly supported by
Department of Education and Training and Youth Affairs Council of Victoria.
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