The Student Representative Council (SRC) consists of students elected by their peers and teachers. Eight students are elected to represent each year group, with two representatives from the Support Unit. Year 11 SRC members are allocated to a year group in the capacity as mentors. The SRC meets daily for Roll Call in the Library and for meetings that follow formal meeting procedures.
The SRC works as an advocate for the needs of the school community, and as a point of contact between the student body and the school. It addresses relevant issues and sets achievable goals which support the school. The SRC aims to develop leadership skills, ensure student views are heard in decision-making processes, empower students to contribute to a positive school culture and strengthen the school community through active participation. The SRC has a strong social justice focus, and most of the projects they undertake share an underlying theme of helping others and promoting equality in the school and the wider community.