Terrigal High School

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Student representative council

The student representative council (SRC) is made up of roughly 4 students from each year group, usually 2 girls and 2 boys.

They act as voices for their year group and as a group discuss school issues and collaborate on community projects. Currently the SRC are involved in the following:

  • Central Coast Shelter Soup Kitchen (the second Saturday of every month)
  • Red Shield Appeal (annually)
  • Jeans for Genes Day (annually).

The SRC is also involved in the Student Voice Alliance where they meet with surrounding school's SRC teams. They share ideas and initiatives at their school to build the vision they have for their own school.

The SRC is proudly supported by Mrs Rankin.

Current SRC:

  • Ethan Buchanan
  • Daniel Burwood
  • Ashley Cronin
  • David Fawkes
  • Kaysie Gardner-Harrex
  • Lauren Gee
  • Imogen Hall
  • Max Hill
  • Lauryn Jackson
  • Seth Judge
  • Alexander McMartin
  • Maddison McNaught
  • Wayde Mumford
  • Suraya Newell
  • Chloe Patch

  • Leila Patch
  • Allannah Pitcher
  • Jake Prior
  • Jacob Rawung
  • Sol Renteria Adorno
  • Jacob Ristuccia
  • Zac Roberts
  • Daniel Robinson
  • Oliver Robinson
  • Jazmyn Rodwell
  • Sophia Stanbury
  • Sriani Surya
  • Elsie Tavengwa
  • Sarah Weston
  • Kaishu Yamasaki

Our 2019 school leaders

Our Captains and Vice Captains for 2019 would like to share the goals that they have for their role.

Sarah Weston - Vice Captain

I aim to connect the school and community and to promote wellbeing within the school to ensure a friendly school environment, which students enjoy attending.

David Fawkes - Vice Captain

I want to make it possible for all students to achieve their own personal goals and achieve academic success, as well as strengthen the bonds between teachers and students.

Jacob Rawung - School Captain

I want to strengthen the school community and promote positive attitudes towards learning.

Alexander McMartin - School Captain

I aim to ensure students are able to seek help and feel safe and supported by their peers and teachers, enabling them to grow as individuals.