What's in the toolkit?

Click the dropdowns below to see what is in each of the toolkit chapters

    1. Acknowledgement of Country

    2. Welcome to VicSRC's Student Representative Team Toolkit!

    3. Toolkit overview

    4. What is an SRT?

    1. Ice breakers

    2. Group agreement

    3. Skill mapping

    4. SRT reflection

    5. Be inspired

    6. Checking in

    1. Representative leadership

    2. What is representative leadership?

    3. Representative leadership in schools

    4. Being a representative leader

    1. Annual planning

    2. Blue sky brainstorming

    3. Choose a focus

    4. Power mapping

    5. Action planning

    6. What's next?

    7. Feedback survey

    1. Running an election

    2. Step 1: Prepare your ballot papers

    3. Step 2: Set up the voting area

    4. Step 3: Conduct the vote

    5. Step 4: Counting the votes

    6. Learn more

    1. Extras overview

    2. Effective meetings

    3. Including more students

    4. Promoting

    5. Evaluating

    6. Fundraising

    7. The end

  • $550.00
  • 34 lessons
  • 15 training activities
  • 12 months access

What do you get?

With the purchase of our online toolkit, you also receive:

  • Free training agendas for the toolkit activities
  • Access to the toolkit for 12 months from date of payment
  • A one year VicSRC School Partnership, including a one-on-one phone consultation with VicSRC and online forums every term exploring student voice, agency and leadership

If you are a current VicSRC Partner School, please email [email protected] for our Partner School discount.

What is a Student Representative Team?

Most schools have some sort of student organisation - it might be called a Student Representative Council, Student Voice Team, Student Action Team or simply Student Leaders. We use the name Student Representative Team (SRT for short) to refer to any and all of these.

About VicSRC

This toolkit is developed and maintained by Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC). VicSRC was created by school-aged students to be a voice for students at the highest levels of decision making in Victoria, Australia. It exists to empower all student voices to be valued in every aspect of education.

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