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It can be easy to overlook the crucial role all school support staff at state school’s across Queensland perform. But it’s important to remember that without these workers to help facilitate teaching and learning, education would not happen.
School Support Staff Recognition Week takes place from 7-11 September this year and is an opportunity to acknowledge the essential work done by these important workers.
A whole range of employees help the Department of Education facilitate the teaching and learning of students across the state.
We are inviting teachers, parents and other school support workers to nominate a schools officer, administration officer, science technician, school business manager, agricultural assistant or an IT technician, to name a few, for the important work they do. They will go into the running to win one of seven $1,000 prize packs for their school and a $200 voucher for the individual winner.1
Simply tell us in 25 words or less, how a school support worker helped make education happen.
Entries close on 1 September 2020, and the winners will be announced during School Support Week on 7 September 2020.
1. Entry is only open to school support workers within Queensland state schools. Full terms and conditions for the competition can be found at qsuper.qld.gov.au/supportweek
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