What are the Student Voice Awards?
The Student Voice Awards are exactly what they sound like! VicSRC uses these awards to recognise the best innovations, practice, schools and people in student voice each year. To tell us about your work check out the categories below!
Student-Led Project Award recognises a group of students that have implemented a project in their school or community with the intention of a clear positive change or outcome.
Student Voice Ally Award recognises an adult (including teachers, educators, youth or social workers or other members of school staff) who has supported and amplified student voice in a school of community.
Student Voice Primary School of the Year recognises a primary school that has embedded student voice and agency into the school culture, undertaking a whole-school approach.
Student Voice Secondary School of the Year recognises a secondary school that has embedded student voice and agency into the school culture, undertaking a whole-school approach.
Newsboys Foundation Youth Leadership Award recognises a Year 12 student who has championed student voice in their school or community and has brought about positive change through their leadership and advocacy on behalf of young people.
When do they happen?
Thursday 24th October, 6-8:30 PM
The Library at the Dock
107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Got more questions? Get in touch at [email protected]
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