If you are interested in competing for minor works or service maintenance contracts at Queensland state schools, register your details with Building and Asset Services (Department of Housing and Public Works).
Be work smart is a practical booklet to help young Queenslanders find and keep a job. If you are a student, you can work through the booklet by yourself or in class. Once you have completed the booklet you can receive a signed certificate of completion to include in your resume.
Queensland schools have the chance to be recognised for their strong 'green' leadership in the 2015 Premier's Sustainability Awards. Nominate completed projects in your school for the chance to win the $2,500 Sustainability in Education award. Entires close Friday 14 August.
A $9 billion investment in Queensland education has been announced in the 2015-16 State Budget. More teachers, boosted student support, upgraded facilities, and improved access for students with disability are some of the major investments.
A free online Smart Choices training program is now available. This training is suitable for state and non-state school tuckshop staff, volunteers, parents and teachers. The training program may be used to refresh current knowledge or as an induction for new staff and volunteers.
Come along and talk with staff about the importance of early childhood education and care.
2015 state school calendar (PDF, 237KB)
2016 state school calendar (PDF, 309KB)