Student leaders from both campuses gathered at the Rowville Sports Precinct on Monday night for a celebratory leadership dinner.

The leaders were joined by staff, friends and family as the Attitudes to School survey was the topic of conversation, where all shared their views of the extensive study.

The Attitudes to School survey collects data of the opinions of students from years 5-12, with the aim of assisting schools with planning, developing curriculum and supporting students.

Student leadership support coordinator Ricki Leicester believes the feedback of the survey was positive.

“The student leaders spoke with confidence and shared many positive thoughts about their education and experience at Rowville Secondary College,” she said.

“The students also suggested a variety of strategies to be implemented that they feel will improve their education and experience.

“Many of their presentations were based on the data from the Attitudes to School survey or discussions with their peers within the College.”

The evening also galvanised the College community, according to Leicester.

“It was a fantastic way to bring the community together, celebrate the hard work of the student leaders and to gather essential feedback from the community that will improve Rowville Secondary College,” she said.

Leicester said the College couldn’t be prouder of its student leadership development program.

“We are so proud of the dedication and professionalism the students showcased throughout the night and we look forward to celebrating future achievements, in our next student leadership celebration dinner and reflection evening.”