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World Teachers’ Day is an opportunity to acknowledge teachers and the significant contributions they make, and the QSuper team, as part of Australian Retirement Trust, is again celebrating the important role teachers play in our classrooms and communities.
Australian Retirement Trust is the super fund created through QSuper’s merger with Sunsuper. We’re one of Australia’s largest super funds and proud to take care of over $200 billion in retirement savings for more than two million members.
From small moments to big moments, Queensland teachers help build brighter futures for our next generation through their dedication, innovation and resilience – highlighted in the moments that really matter.
World Teachers’ Day is held internationally on 5 October, however Queensland will celebrate the event on 28 October during State Education Week.
As part of the 2022 celebrations to thank teachers for all that they do, we’re inviting eligible teachers and educators from across Queensland to enter our World Teachers’ Day competition.
There are seven prize packs to be won for schools in various regions across Queensland, each valued at $1,100.
To enter, we’re asking teachers to tell us in 25 words or less:
We are proud to support the financial wellbeing of Queensland’s teachers, just as teachers support the educational needs of students across the state. We strive to give every one of our members the confidence to relax and focus on their daily lives, secure in the knowledge that their financial future is in safe hands.
Entries in the QSuper World Teachers’ Day competition close at 11.59pm, Friday 14 October 2022.
The winners will be announced on World Teachers’ Day in Queensland on Friday, 28 October 2022.
Celebrating Queensland teachers with the Biggest Thank You, this World Teachers’ Day.
Find out how to enter QSuper’s 2020 World Teachers’ Day competition.
This World Teachers’ Day we recognised the dedication, innovation and resilience of teachers as they negotiated a host of disruptions caused by COVID-19.