We are giving all children a great start, engaging young people in learning, creating safe and inclusive workplaces and building Queensland’s communities.
We are inspiring creativity, critical thinking and building resilience in every student to confidently embrace the opportunities of new industries and technologies.
We are setting the foundations for quality early learning experiences and building strong partnerships with early years services, schools and communities.
Supporting improved productivity and fairness in Queensland workplaces.
Remember to collect your child’s medication from school before the holidays and store it correctly at home. Check the expiry dates before taking medications back to school after the holidays.
This International Day of People with Disability, the Department of Education is continuing to build capability in inclusiveness and equality and to value the talent in all abilities.
Nominations are now open for MOST and CGEN 2021. All state schools are encouraged to nominate students to be part of these exciting performing arts programs.
The department acknowledges Brisbane Pride Month and celebrates the diverse perspectives, ideas and experiences of our LGBTQ+ employees and allies. Join the True Colours Network today.
Severe storms hit quickly, producing heavy rainfall, wind, hail and flash flooding. Preparation reduces the impact and saves lives. Clear gutters, remove unsecured items and check the school closures website.
Queensland schools are invited to apply for Alannah & Madeline Foundation eSafety programs for 2021 – valued at up to $11,500 per school. Applications close 30 November 2020.
The health and safety of students, staff and the broader community is our highest priority.
Online resources, student materials and advice to maintain teaching and learning in the event of a prolonged school closure or student absence.