Ed Week toolkit
We’ve curated a range of resources and ideas to help you celebrate Ed Week and this year’s theme: Lifelong learners.
It’s time to make some noise about Education Week 2021!
Download and share our resources to get your community excited about our annual celebration of NSW public education.
All of our logos, posters, document templates, virtual meeting backgrounds, email signatures and more are here for you to use.
Ed Week logos and downloads
Ed Week posters
Social media tips
One of the easiest ways to share the success of NSW Education with your local community is through social media.
Use the hashtag #EdWeek21 in all your social media posts and show us how you are celebrating Ed Week this year. Share photos and videos showing us what your school has planned.
Don’t forget to follow the tips in the department’s staff social media toolkit (staff only) and ensure parental permission is in place for any students you feature on social media.
Host a virtual or COVID safe event
Event ideas for schools
Watch the Ed Week livestream video launch on Monday 26 July at 10am.
Host an alumni event and invite former students to share their story with current students to show how everyone can be a lifelong learner.
Virtual events: if physically hosting members of the community isn’t possible, think about how you can engage through a virtual celebration.
Event ideas for corporate office locations
Watch the Ed Week livestream video launch on Monday 26 July. Gather online in teams or watch individually from your home or workplace.
Host a virtual morning or afternoon tea with your team and share stories with your team about your education journey.
Event ideas for Early Childhood Education and Care providers
Some ways you might like to celebrate Ed Week this year include:
- A showcase of learning from children in your service.
- Sharing stories with families about the celebration of learning outcomes from the Early Years Learning Framework.
- Celebrating links with local schools to support your transition to school program or talking to children about the things they like to learn about.