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Every student succeeding

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​​​​​​​​​​​Empowering confident and creative lifelong learners through a student-centred approach to learning and wellbeing.

Our strategies

  • Empower every student to actively engage in learning of the Australian Curriculum and Queensland senior pathways, and achieve ongoing improvement each year.
  • Nurture student wellbeing so they are safe, valued and respected.
  • Engage learners through personalised, collaborative and integrated digital learning experiences.
  • Support schools to continually improve and make positive, evidence-informed decisions that support equitable learning opportunities for all students.
  • Engage families to play an active role in their child’s learning and wellbeing.
  • Support culturally responsive learning for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students through co-design with Indigenous students and communities.
  • Work with communities and across government to reduce vulnerability and strengthen outcomes for all students.
  • Support positive transitions from early education to school and further education, training and employment pathways.​

 

Educating for the future

 

Keeping Queenslanders safe

 

Backing our frontline services

 

Connecting Queensland

 

Investing in skills

 

Honouring and embracing our rich and ancient cultural history

Read more

Alice Springs (Mparntwe) Declaration

Closing the Gap

Student Learning and Wellbeing Framework (PDF, 573KB)

#codingcounts

Global schools through languages

Strengthening transitions—Link and Launch

Parent and community engagement​

Quality pathways for all young people: A commitment to alternative education (PDF, 2.4MB)

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Create jobs in a strong economy

Keep Queenslanders healthy

Keep communities safe

Ready for their future

In 2017
More than
98%

of Year 12 completers in Queensland state schools received either a Queensland Certificate of Education or a Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement.

Indigenous gap is less than 1 percentage point in Queensland state school Year 12 certification.*

*Gap reduced from 29.2 percentage points in 2008.

Students need to be able to think like entrepreneurs: resourceful, flexible, creative and global.

Professor Yong Zhao
Last updated 02 December 2022