VicSRC Student Voice Awards
Conditions of entry
Each school (or individual/group of a school) can apply for one or more award, but awards will be limited to one per school/individual
Each award nomination requires a separate video (5 applications = 5 videos)
The top three applicants for each award will be notified via email by Tuesday 18th September and will be invited to attend the VicSRC Student Voice Awards Ceremony on Thursday 18th October 2018. Further information will be provided closer to the date.
Judges reserve the right to award a joint first-place at their discretion. In this situation, the first-place winners will split the first-place grants equally
Five case studies will be developed for use by the Department of Education and Training and VicSRC
The case studies will be submitted to the Department of Education and Training with a video, a written overview, a photograph of the student / group / teacher / SRC / principal to be used on the website. There will also be demographic information provided on school size, location, type, and how the action links to student voice and civics and citizenship
Case studies will identify the challenge addressed; describe the activity or intervention of the school, group or SRC, including the purpose; outline the outcome of the activity; outline challenges; provide reflections on the activity and information on the next steps; suggest how other schools could adopt a similar strategy to implement change; and will be written in the third person
Finalists for the 2018 VicSRC Student Voice Awards will need to complete a Talent Release form providing VicSRC and associated organisations permission to publish and promote the work in online and print publications, social media and traditional media outlet
Questions? Please contact Kat Daymond, Events Officer via or 03 9267 3723.
Subscribe to our
eNewsletter by adding
your details here: