Student Voice

The Student Voice (SV) is a democratic system run by the students of the school as a means to voice student opinion, and as a formal body for communication between the students and staff.  

The Student Voice (SV) is a democratic system run by the students of the school as a means to voice student opinion, and as a formal body for communication between the students and staff. Its meetings are a place where issues concerning the students can be openly discussed, in a professional manner, between the representatives (reps) and executive staff, where action can be planned, and where feedback and review can take place. The main aspect of the SV is communication. The students who elect their reps must receive feedback as to what happens at meetings, what will affect them, and as to how successful their suggestions have been. The purpose of this constitution is to formalise SV procedures, expectantly leading to a transition from a relaxed to a more recognised, credible and structured system. 

Meetings

These are held on a regular basis at the school and attended by senior staff, prefects and student representatives from each year.