Student Voice Awards

The VicSRC Student Voice Awards are an annual celebration of best practice student voice, amplifying the important contribution of students to Victorian education and acting as a catalyst for change within Victorian schools.

About the awards

The 2023 Student Voice Awards includes two categories open to Victorian primary, secondary and P-12 schools from all sectors. If you are a registered school in Victoria, you are eligible! Nominations can be made by students or adults, and we encourage creative and collaborative submissions.

This year we're also delighted to welcome a third category that aims to recognise the incredible student voice work done by two Victorian students. That means, if you (or someone you know) is a passionate, Victorian primary or secondary-school student, you have the opportunity to nominate for this special award.

Videos of the finalists will be shown, and the winners announced, at the VicSRC Student Voice Extravaganza.

2023 Award Categories

Student-Led Project Award

Have students you know developed and led a project at school or in your community that has made positive change? Amplify the amazing work of students by nominating in this category.

Student Voice School of the Year

Does your school prioritise empowering students, amplifying student voice and including students in decision-making? Celebrate your school’s approach to student voice and agency by nominating in this category.

Student of the Year

Have you (or someone you know) made a substantial impact on your school community? Do you amplify the importance of student voice at your school? This award will acknowledge two Victorian students who demonstrate student voice championship.

Awards timeline

2023 Student Voice Awards Winners

Student-Led Project Award won by Clifton Springs Primary School

Student Voice School of the Year won by Frankston High School