About Education Week
Education Week is a statewide, annual event to celebrate NSW public education, which will be held 5-9 August 2019. The week communicates the achievements of public schools, their students and the value of public education.
2019 Education Week – #EdWeek19
The theme for 2019 Education Week is Every student, every voice. It is a celebration of student empowerment and how the NSW public education system gives students the skills they need in order to have and express a voice during their own educational journey and as engaged global citizens.
Join us for #EdWeek19 as we celebrate our students and their power to shape the world.
Video – Every student, every voice
Transcript of Every student, every voice video.
Education Week dates
Education Week 2019 will be held from Monday 5th August – Friday 9th August.
Use our Teacher's Toolkit to plan your school's celebrations.
Education Week launch
Education Week will be launched jointly from St Marys North Public School and Dubbo College, Senior Campus via a simulcast. Please join us on Monday, 5 August for the launch of Education Week 2019.
Join in the celebrations by hosting a special Ed Week assembly at your school and live-stream the Ed Week launch via YouTube.
Every student, every voice
Student voice is more than just having a say. Valuing and actioning the ideas, opinions and expertise of all students has significant impact for student wellbeing.
Partners in learning
Student perspectives, experiences and aspirations shape and enrich our schools and communities and actively influence our decision-making as we strive to be the best education system in Australia.
Working collaboratively with other students and teachers our young people grow into engaged learners and ethical citizens able to contribute positively to their school and wider community.
We connect our diverse communities by creating and sustaining inclusive, interactive learning environments that use advanced technologies to promote and extend student influence beyond the classroom walls.
A culture of high expectations empowers our students to build a shared sense of purpose, self-value and belonging that will prepare them for future lives as active citizens in an increasingly complex and dynamic society.
The Game Changer Challenge
The Game Changer Challenge is a three-day design thinking sprint which takes place during Education Week and involves 16 teams from schools across NSW working with department educators and industry partners to solve a complex real-world problem.