Registrations are still open for the 2016 Premier's Reading Challenge. This is an opportunity for children to improve their literacy, cultivate a passion for literature and encourage them to read widely for pleasure. The reading period finishes on Friday 26 August.
New posters are now available to raise awareness in school communities that violent or abusive behaviour will not be tolerated at any Queensland state school.
The Embracing 2018 Global Education Program has released resources for Languages that celebrate sporting heroes.
Informed by community feedback, the refreshed Advancing education: An action plan for education in Queensland has been released with two supporting plans: A strategy for STEM and #codingcounts. Additional supporting plans will be released throughout 2016
Sally and Possum, an Australian first, is a resource for children, aged four to eight, who use Auslan (Australian Sign Language) to communicate. The innovative series was created to provide interactive, entertaining and educational content for deaf and hard of hearing children to boost their early literacy and numeracy.
Queensland state schools in regional, rural and remote communities have a range of vacancies for beginning and experienced teachers. These permanent and temporary roles include opportunities for commencement in Semester 2 or in 2017.
Find out more including the incentives and benefits for teachers in rural and remote communities.
2016 state school calendar (PDF, 309KB)