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.
Nominations are now open for the 2015 Jack Pizzey Awards for Excellence in Educational Leadership. The $105,000 awards have four categories, the Jack Pizzey School of the Year Award, the Principal of the Year Award, the School Leadership Team of the Year Award and Teacher of the Year Award. Nominations close 5pm on 17 July 2015.
School Watch is a community based awareness and crime prevention program aimed at safeguarding Queensland schools against vandalism, theft and arson.
We depend on the local community to: Look, Listen and Report. If you see something suspicious, please do not attempt to intervene. Call School Watch on 13 17 88 and let the authorities deal with the matter.
More than 1500 student performers will showcase their talents at Creative Generation - State Schools Onstage on 17 and 18 July 2015. This year CGEN has teamed up with Queensland Music Festival and Queensland Ballet for a showstopping music and dance segment.
The Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art 2015 are now open for submissions! All Queensland state and non-state schools offering senior visual art are invited to submit. The 2014 excellence awarded artworks are currently being exhibited at the Gallery of Modern Art until 12 July 2015.
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.
2015 state school calendar (PDF, 237KB)