Student Representative Council
Student Voice refers to the practice of listening to students’ unique perspectives on learning, teaching, and schooling, and adjusting policies and practices accordingly. This is one of our core priorities.
At Melba College, students are empowered to fully, proudly and actively participate in college decision-making processes through our Student Voice group. This representative body offers opinions, raises concerns and ideas, discusses issues, reviews policies and practices, and influences decisions that impact on their learning and school experience. We value the changes and improvements that result from this interaction.
Influence and Impact
Student Voice representatives:
- participate on teacher selection panels
- organise and implement the very popular annual community building event: Melba Day
- drive citizenship and community endeavours. Recent projects include: - 1 Million Stars to End Violence
Program features: Battle of the Bands, Melba’s Got Talent, Melba Chef, stalls and food.
Representatives: Years 10, 11 and 12
School Captains (4)
House Captains (4)
Ambassadors, Years 7-9
Form representatives, Years 7-8