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Student Voice Night of Talent 2018

What a fabulous night of entertainment put on by our Student Voice Committee. Thanks also to our student performers, parents, friends and audience for such a wonderful night. If you would like to learn who the runner ups and winners are, then you can read all about it in Mike Curtis’ Principal’s Blog here. To
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The Night of Talent

Do you have what it takes to be a star? Then GCC Student Voice’s Night of Talent is for you! We’re looking for solo, and group acts, so bring your friends and win some cash prizes! To participate, collect a form at either Secondary or Main Admin. Nominations cost $5 per participant. Nominations close Wednesday
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Student Voice for 2017

G’day everyone, and welcome to 2017! It looks to be an exciting year for the Student Voice with Ellen Byrne and Jesse Woods holding co-presidency of the council. This year we have 26 keen students on board, ready to support and unite the students of GCC – the best that we can. This is such
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Student Voice Annual Review

2016 has been one of the most productive years for the Student Voice to date. As well as our most recent initiative, the clock on the oval, we ran a number of other campaigns and events, including the second annual Night of Talent and the Bush Dance. After receiving a number of comments from students
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Introducing… Student Voice 2015

The Student Voice is GCCC’s form of a student council in the Secondary College. It is chaired by the College Captains Troy Fullerton and Calista Theron and consists of a student representative from each form class that serves a one semester term. The Student Voice provides an avenue for the students to raise matters of
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Student Voice Kicks off for 2014

Leading the charge into student-led College contribution this year, our College captains, Courtney Sinclair and Ben Giles opened the Student Voice for 2014. A flurry of students met, ate a few treats (what’s democracy without the Aussie tradition of meeting around food) and poured out their plans, dreams and issues to our student leaders. The
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