Celebrating Education Week virtually

Education Week was held from 26-30 July 2021. Last year's theme celebrated Lifelong learners. View the Education Week web page for more information.

Education Week is coming up in Term 3, 2021. If you're not able to celebrate in person with your school community, why not try some exciting virtual alternatives?

Virtual school assemblies and performances

If you plan to host a school assembly or share a group performance, you can use livestreaming or pre-recording as virtual alternatives.

Sharing and showcasing student work

Education Week is a great opportunity to showcase the talents and achievements of students. You can share student work virtually by creating:

  • Digital student portfolios
  • A class (or group) digital showcase
  • A virtual art exhibition.
There are a number of excellent, user-friendly tools that students and teachers can use to create these. Visit the Showcasing student work page to learn more.


Ed Week 2020 school examples:
  • Baulkham Hills North Public School used Google Sites to create a web page celebrating Ed Week 2020. They included videos, a virtual art show, class showcases and links to livestreamed events.
  • Binnaway Central School created a video for their school community and shared this on their school Facebook page to celebrate both Ed Week 2020 and Grandfriends Open Day.
  • Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design livestreamed Ed Week videos on their school website.
  • Grose View Public School released a series of short video clips throughout Ed Week. They shared these on their school YouTube channel.
  • Carenne School took their community on a virtual school tour for Ed Week 2020. They shared the video on their school Facebook page.
  • Bellambi Public school created a pre-recorded virtual Ed Week assembly in 2020. They shared the video on their school Facebook page.
  • Callaghan College Waratah Campus and the Callaghan Education Pathways schools created a virtual combined dance performance and shared it on their school Facebook page for Ed Week 2020.
  • Keiraville Public School demonstrated their Acknowledgement of Country for National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day.
  • Saturday School of Community Languages created a video for Ed Week and shared this on their YouTube channel.
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