An SRC Cluster is simply a local network or group of students from secondary school Student Representative Councils who meet regularly to share information, to discuss common concerns and issues, to plan joint initiatives and to share resources.
What is a VicSRC Cluster?
Clusters can be any size, though it is suggested that at least three schools need to be represented for a Cluster to exist. Clusters should also meet regularly – at least once a term is useful, though this will depend on their location, purposes and the needs of its members. The VicSRC Cluster Kit Resource provides teachers and students with information and advice to establish a cluster network in your area. A Cluster can be recognised by the VicSRC, but then identifies local support for its operation.
While the VicSRC is an organisation owned and run by secondary students, we still need the support of other people. If you are not a student but would like to be key supporters of local cluster groups in your area - we need YOU! You may work for a Local Council Youth Service or a Local Learning and Employment Network (LLEN) or another organisation with a youth participation focus - or you could be anyone with an interest who is willing to make a commitment to supporting local students in your area. We can put you in touch with a cluster group of the VicSRC.
Current Cluster Groups
For information about current Cluster Groups, contact the VicSRC.
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