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Ministerial Student Advisory Council

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In 2018, the Honourable Grace Grace MP, Minister for Education and Minister for Industrial Relations, established the Ministerial Student Advisory Council to give Queensland students an opportunity to provide feedback and advice about a range of education matters.

What does the advisory council do?

The advisory council provides the opportunity for students across Queensland to share their perspectives on important education matters and the impact of broader issues on learning.

The Advisory Council:

  • provides advice, feedback and shares views on critical and emerging issues for Queensland school students
  • considers expert presentations and provides advice on implications for Queensland students
  • provides suggestions on current strategies and possible future actions to address emerging issues
  • provides student views on current and future policy and practice.

Who is on the advisory council?

The council is chaired by the Minister for Education and consists of a group of 16 students from state and non-state schools across Queensland.

​Map of student member origins 2019 (PDF, 124KB)​


How often does the Advisory Council meet?

The advisory council meets twice a year, or as required if there is a particular matter to be discussed.

Meeting outcomes

Student feedback and ideas from advisory council meetings helps to inform future government policy and program development.

2019 – Meeting 1: 7 June

Focus: The future of education including the National Declaration of Educational Goals for Young Australians (also known as the Melbourne Declaration). The ideas from advisory council members and key messages were captured by illustration.

illustration of meeting outcomes
Artworks by Dr Sue Pillans​

2018 – Meeting 1: 7 June

Focus: bullying, including cyberbullying. The ideas from Advisory Council members were shared with the Queensland Anti-Cyberbullying Taskforce.

illustration of meeting outcomes
Artworks by Dr Sue Pillans​

2018 – Meeting 2: 9 October

Focus: bullying, cyberbullying and mental health and wellbeing.

​​​Key messages and ideas from Advisory Council members about mental health and wellbeing.
Artworks by Dr Sue Pillans​

For more information

Contact the Ministerial Student Advisory Council Secretariat by email at MSAC.Secretariat@qed.qld.gov.au.

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Last updated 25 June 2019