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).
Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Peter Doherty Awards for Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education. View the full list of winners.
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.
Giving teenagers experiences that last a lifetime, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award is a flexible, interesting and fun packed program for all young people between the age of 14 and 25.
The Queensland Government will introduce new senior assessment and tertiary entrance systems for students entering Year 11 in 2018.
Applications for the 2016 Premier's ANZAC Prize are now open.
Have your say on how we can work together to implement the state government's Advancing education - An action plan for education in Queensland and #codingcounts discussion paper on coding and robotics in schools. Feedback closes 23 December, 2015.
The Department of Education and Training's 2016 teaching Scholarships and Grants are now open. Online applications must be submitted by Friday 11 December 2015.
Nominations are now open for CGEN 2016, Queensland's largest, youth performing arts event.
2015 state school calendar (PDF, 237KB)
2016 state school calendar (PDF, 309KB)