Student Representative Council 

A Student Representative Council (SRC) is a body within the College which represents and promotes their views and participation in school decision-making. They provide advice to students which is balanced and relates to College activities, not wider community or political movements.

An effective SRC is:

What does St Paul's SRC do around the school?

There are many things which the SRC helps with and organises throughout the year. This includes:

The SRC has two representatives from each year group and they liaise with their peers to inform staff about College life.