As we celebrate 10 years of VicSRC, we're also celebrating you!
The countdown is on! Nominate now for the 2015 VicSRC Recognition Awards - celebrating best practice in student voice, leadership and participation. $15,000 in grants is available across 5 categories.
The 2015 VicSRC Recognition Awards are about celebrating the achievements of SRCs and presenting examples of best practice in student voice, student led action and student participation.
Taking place on Thursday 29 October 2015 and attended by the Minister for Education, the awards show how together, we are transforming the nature of our education system for the better. Now that is something to celebrate!
In 2014, we had over 50 nominations from 28 schools across 5 award categories. If last year is anything to go by, we can't waiy to see this year's crop of nominations come through. Check out the winning videos here.
We encourage all students and schools to put their hats in the ring and get involved. A total of $15,000 in grants is available across 5 categories:
- Newsboys Foundation Youth Leadership Award (11-18 years)
- Group Action Award
- Outstanding SRC of the Year Award
- SRC Teacher Advisor Award
- Whole School Approach to Student Voice Award
How to nominate
1. Read through the 2015 VicSRC Recognition Awards Info Pack (PDF)
2. Think about your answers to the nomination questions for each category
3. Create a 1-2 minute video (max) which showcases your story and demonstrates best practice in supporting student voice in any of the five award categories
4. Upload your video to YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive or Dropbox and copy the link
5. Fill out the online form: www.surveymonkey.com/r/W2K8LM3, linking us to your video.
Have fun, be creative and share your story in the most authentic way for you! Nominations close at 5pm, Friday 11 September.
Things to keep in mind
You can nominate for more than one category! But you must do separate applications for each nomination. Five nominations = 5 videos.
You don’t need to be a whiz with technology to create your video. If you don’t have access to a video camera, use a smart phone or digital camera to shoot your footage. You can then use basic editing software to edit together your video.
Alternatively, you can check with your school to see if you can borrow equipment to help with bringing your video to life. Get creative and have fun!
Need inspiration? Check out the 2014 VicSRC Recognition Awards!
The 2015 VicSRC Recognition Awards are proudly supported by:
Questions? Please contact Fiona Campbell, Events & Communications Officer via or 03 9267 3777.
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