Bossley Park High School

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Student leadership

The Student Representative Council (SRC) facilitates communication between students of Bossley Park High School and empowers them to contribute to and develop the culture of the school in line with Bossley’s safe respectful learners belief. The ongoing work of the SRC creates an environment in which all students feel that they can contribute to the school and express themselves as valued members of the school community. 

The SRC consists of two school captains, two vice captains, six representatives from Year 7 to 10, eight representatives from Year 11, and six representatives from Year 12. These representatives are voted in by their current year group and uphold the values of the school while leading students and being their voice.

The SRC plan and implement school activities, with a particular focus on fundraisers that support charities and causes of high student interest and concern. 

The SRC use their role as leaders to support the study body, staff and the wider community to improve the operation of the school and encourage positive action to benefit the school and its students.


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Interact Club

Bossley Park High School's Interact Club has been giving students the opportunity to make a real difference in the school and community. Our Interact Club meets once a fortnight before school to discuss ways in which students can assist the school and the community.

As part of the Interact Club, students are given the opportunity to:

  • connect with community leaders
  • develop leadership skills
  • make international connections
  • discover more opportunities to connect with Rotary, including Rotaract and Youth Exchange
  • encourage the school and community to make a difference.

The Interact Club has contributed funds to various causes. Some of the causes the Interact Club has been involved in include: Beanies for Brain Cancer, Relay for Life, BCNA's Pink Bun Day, Jeans for Genes Day, Harmony Day, Carols at Horsley Park and many more.

Interact Club members have also attended numerous Leadership and Team-building conferences that gives them the opportunity to network with other Interact Clubs in the district, explore ways of more effectively campaigning to support worthy causes, develop their confidence to lead and manage, and fundraise more effectively in the school and in the community. The Interact Club is a great place to meet students from different schools and develop the essential communication, teamwork and leadership skills needed to succeed in the 21st Century.