State Education Week, Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October, is an annual event that showcases and celebrates Queensland state schools.
The theme for 2022 will be announced soon.
How to get involved
Schools can start forward planning for State Education Week by establishing a planning team. Please consider the latest Queensland COVID-19 information in your planning. Some questions to consider include:
- How will we involve our students in our planning?
- Who else will need to be involved in the event?
- staff – teachers and non-teachers
- P&C or Council, community members, elders, parents and carers
- business partners, local advocates and politicians
- past students (alumni)
- other schools in our cluster group.
- What would we like to showcase during State Education Week?
- How will we celebrate?
- How will we involve and engage with our community?
- What communication channels will we use?
Queensland state school communities can get involved by taking photos or videos that illustrate how their school community has come together to create positive environments where our students can succeed.
State schools are positive communities. Teachers, parents, school staff and community members all play a part in students’ success. State schools are an ‘education family’, all working together with the common goal of the best outcomes for our students.
Remember: project consent (PDF, 855KB) must be obtained for images featured on department social media and websites.