Celebrate student voice at the 2021 VicSRC 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.

The winners were announced at the Student Voice Extravaganza, on Thursday 2 December 2021.

The 2021 Student Voice Awards includes two categories open to Victorian primary, secondary and P-12 schools from all sectors.

Meet the winners and finalists!

Student-Led Project Award

Students that have developed and led a project at school or community that has made positive change.

Winner: Start the Conversation at Northcote High School

Start the Conversation are a student action group devoted to advocating for the revision of the sexual education and consent curriculum.

Cultural Understanding and Racism Education at Eltham High School

Eltham High School's Teaching and Learning Team developed and delivered a cultural understanding and racism learning unit.

Lalor East Primary School's Cyber Action Team

Lalor East Primary School's Cyber Action Team design and deliver lessons each year to support students to use the internet safely.

Student Voice School of the Year

Schools that prioritise empowering students, amplifying student voice and including students in decision-making.

Winner: Albert Park College

Student voice is so much more than just the leadership program at Albert Park College, it's a way of informing curriculum, and it's a way of informing the wellbeing of students and staff.

Tarneit Senior College

Tarneit Senior College's student voice team is open and representative of everyone, and teachers and students work in partnership to make education happen.

Tecoma Primary School

Every Grade 6 student at Tecoma Primary School is involved in leadership and student voice is at the centre of everything.