Every day, Queensland teachers a making a positive difference - creating opportunities for their students, empowering the minds of young people and proudly teaching our state's future leaders, innovators and influencers.
World Teachers' Day is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate and thank Queensland teachers for the important role they play across our state.
Our teachers make a difference every day, educating and inspiring young Queenslanders.
World Teachers' Day is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate and thank Queensland teachers for their important role in our communities and for the positive impact they have on the lives of students.
This year we Say thank you on World Teachers’ Day!, to highlight the importance of acknowledging and showing appreciation for teachers.
Let’s join together to thank all Queensland Teachers on World Teachers’ Day, Friday 29 October 2021.
With the Ekka public holiday now falling on Friday 29 October 2021, school communities in the Brisbane, Moreton Bay and Scenic Rim local government areas are encouraged to celebrate the day locally on Thursday 28 October 2021.
Share your celebrations by using #ThankQldTeachers.
Celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide, World Teachers' Day was established by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in 1994 to recognise the role of teachers in society.
World Teachers' Day is held internationally on 5 October. As the day usually falls during the Australian school holidays, Queensland celebrates on the last Friday in October.