What is the SRC?

Irfan College prides itself on the involvement of all year levels having influence in the running of the school. Our Student Representative Council (SRC) has elected leaders from all years, forming the student voice and allowing all members of the school to be heard.
There is a Primary and Secondary SRC that combine to form one voice. Also, the SRC is made up of two School captains from Primary.

How are leaders elected?

As part of a democratic process at Irfan College, students and staff elect a Student Representative Council (SRC) each year. Students nominate for positions. The SRC is structured across all year levels. After students are elected, they are trained to collaboratively work within a team and organise events.
What do they do?
First and foremost, the SRC are students. Their job is clear; be the best they can be. Emphasis is put on each student succeeding in their chosen pathway, be this academic or vocational. There are regular meetings where whole school issues are discussed and the SRC organises key initiatives.
The SRC is also responsible for various fundraising events, both in and out of school. Students take part in community events, giving up their time and energy to participate in civic work.

The SRC has four main goals:

1. to instill civic awareness and engagement within our SRC members
2. to raise our future thinkers leaders which is part of our vision statement
3. to promote a culture of universal concern through grassroots initiatives and charity work
4. to contribute to the improvement of a positive school culture

What is the SRC legacy?

Each year, the SRC leave the school with a legacy. This is decided by consulting other students and various staff members, including the Principal. It is important to explain that the success of the SRC would not be possible without the support of the parents and teachers as well as the students who are in these roles.