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Student Representative Council


The Student Representative Council (SRC) has been a part of Revesby South Public School' culture for over 18 years. The SRC membership is made up of two representatives from each class, from Year 2 upwards, that the children in each class have chosen to represent them. In addition to these children, the student executive body is made up of Sports Captains, Vice Captains and School Captains. They become automatic members of the SRC as they have been selected to represent the school by election processes.

The SRC meets fortnightly and discusses issues that have arisen in each classroom meeting. They then approach the Principal and staff of the school and implement action plans.

Previous projects the SRC has worked on are:

  • fundraising to support various charities over the years such as: Jane McGrath, The Fred Hollows Foundation, The Fire Brigade, Westmead Children's Hospital, Jeans for Genes Day, Stewart House, CANTEEN (children with cancer) and various overseas countries that have experienced severe tragedies.
  • changing the school hat from yellow to black
  • seeking support from the P&C to have asphalt playground markings
  • creating a happy and safe playground with playing equipment
  • sponsoring a World Vision child in Africa
  • organising class sport games at lunchtimes
  • holding school discos
  • running Breakfast Club