Student Council

Student Representative Committee (SRC) – the student voice

The SRC is a group of twelve students who have applied to represent the student body. It is led by a President and Vice President elected by students.

The purpose of the SRC is to:

  • provide a voice for students
  • promote the values of the college
  • encourage students to participate in the community life of the college

The aims of the SRC are to:

  • continuously look at ways to further improve the student experience
  • provide feedback, ideas and suggestions to college leaders
  • encourage good communication between all members of the college community

The SRC will achieve this by:

  • meeting together fortnightly to discuss relevant issues
  • maintaining regular contact with the Curriculum Leader for R.E.
  • attending relevant committee meetings in college such as Equality & Diversity, Health & Safety and Core Leadership Team
  • hosting termly Tutor Group Rep meetings to help communicate key messages
  • being identifiable by wearing white lanyards
  • hosting monthly drop in sessions
  • being ambassadors for Holy Cross at relevant college and public events