Book now for Term 2 Student Voice Workshops

We're stronger when we work together. 8 locations in metro and regional/rural Victoria! Book by Friday 28 April.

VicSRC Student Voice Workshops

It's been an epic start to the Student Voice Workshops, with four out of five Term 1 workshops sold out! We kicked off the season with our Inner Melbourne and Mildura workshops, with Metro South, Inner Gippsland and Outer East still to come.

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With Term 1 workshops well underway, it's time to lock in your preferred Term 2 workshops. Term 2 gives students, teachers and schools a choice of 8 sessions all over Victoria. 

Real change happens when we work together – so we’re bringing students, teachers and principals into the same learning space to collaborate on common issues.

Delivered in partnership with Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, VicSRC's Student Voice Workshops help you work collaboratively to tackle the how of student voice and agency in this series of 13 one-day workshops in metro and regional Victoria. Participants collaborate, co-create and spark practical strategies to transform their schools and learning environments.

The workshops are suitable for primary and secondary school students (years 5-12), teachers and principals.

We encourage you to get in quick to secure your preferred date and venue!

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RSVP dates

RSVPs for Term 2 Student Voice Workshops close on Friday 28 April 2017


Cost*

VicSRC Members (students and teachers)$45pp
Non-Members (students and teachers):  $60pp

*Ticket prices include morning tea, lunch, all resources and facilitator support.
**Note: the MILDURA workshop is offered FREE for local schools thanks to the support Mildura Rural City Council.


Do you have an enquiry? Contact Kat Daymond via 


Proudly supported by

Department of Education and Training, Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, Mildura Rural City Council and Youth Affairs Council Victoria.

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