A look back at 2015 | the year in a nutshell

From Regional Conferences to Congress, the Recognition Awards, ministerial meetings and everything in between, it's been a cracking year. 

2015 in review p1

The VicSRC celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2015 which recognised all the amazing work and people who have advocated for student voice in Victoria. These 10 years have been a wild ride of advocacy and action with knock-backs from the government, shut downs and partial extinctions of the group. However, through the determination of many strong-minded people the VicSRC is thriving today. 

We have worked with over 1,500 students over these past 12 months. We travelled far and wide to work with students who care passionately about their education. We have worked with hundreds of teachers and principals discussing the importance of student voice and helping them to understand our recommendations for education in this current generation. We have also worked closely with the Victorian government, especially with the Department of Education and Training in the Education State Reforms.

We couldn't do what we do without the support of so many incredible students, teachers and supporters. Massive thank you to our 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 Executive teams; hundreds of SRC Teacher Advisors; our member schools; our supporters; and most importantly, every single student working to transform our education system for the better.

Your passion is the true driving force of student voice and the VicSRC!

Check our the VicSRC 2015 at a glance infographic and get ready for an even bigger 2016!

View the VicSRC 2016 Key Dates.

2015 in review p2

2015 in review p3

VicSRC in review p4

2015 in review p5

 

 

Subscribe