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Become a Showcase Awards sponsor

The Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools (Showcase Awards) are presented annually to Queensland state schools displaying excellent teaching practices that significantly improve learning outcomes for students.

The Showcase Awards aim to: recognise, celebrate and reward excellent teaching practice in state schools; foster a learning culture that supports the sharing of excellent practices; create professional development opportunities; and promote public education.

Why partner with the Showcase Awards?

Is your organisation looking to connect with Queensland's most prestigious educational awards that provide direct exposure to the education community at a local and state level? Are you looking for new ways to showcase your products and services to more than 1200 schools, around 35,000 teachers and 500,000 students in Queensland?

The Showcase Awards offers this as well as the opportunity to leverage an advertising, marketing and publicity campaign that extends over a 12-month period.

What are the benefits?

As a sponsor of the Showcase Awards your organisation can access the following types of benefits:

These are examples of the benefits your organisation can enjoy by partnering with the Showcase Awards as an awards category naming rights sponsor.

For further information or to discuss a package specifically tailored to your business needs, please contact Peter Thurgood, Community Engagement and Partnerships:

Telephone: (07) 3328 6661
Email: Peter.Thurgood@dete.qld.gov.au

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