At Langhorne Creek Campus, we believe that students learn best when they are actively involved in their learning and when their learning is meaningful. The only way to ensure that the learning is meaningful is to consult and involve the students in the learning program. To enhance the feeling of community at the campus also, students are very involved in the planning and development of facilities and resources.
Students are formally involved in decision-making and planning through a Student Representative Council, an Environment Committee, Class Meetings and Student Forums. Students are informally involved through effective teaching methodologies.
The Student Representative Council consists of representatives from each of the three classes and is chaired by one of these students. They are spokespeople for the students in formal decisions, they make recommendations, plan events and manage some fund raising. The Environment Committtee helps to manage the many environmental projects the campus is in, they collect information and lead students towards greater involvement. This group also attends monthly meetings of the Young Environment Leaders group. Each student is also a member of a student forum. Depending on their interests and passions, students are either in the Sports forum, Sustainability forum, Fauna enclosure forum or the Gardening forum.