Teachers: Leading in crisis, re-imagining the future
Australia will celebrate and thank teachers on World Teachers’ Day on Friday 29 October 2021.
The theme of World Teachers’ Day 2021 is “Teachers: Leading in crisis, re-imagining the future”. The United Nations (UNESCO) presented this theme for teacher’s day in respect of their determined and diligent efforts in the crucial stages of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Teachers (with support from parents and carers) have ensured education continues across the country this year, despite major challenges. It’s reinforced the significant role teachers play in the lives of children and students, their families, and communities.
...recognizing teachers as key to the achievement of the Education 2030 agenda."
UNESCO - World Teacher's Day
On Friday 29 October, you can celebrate being part of a remarkable profession by posting a photo in your sunglasses on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram, either on your own or with your colleagues. Use these tags: #BrightFuture #worldteachersday. And don't forget to tag or mention Christian Schools Australia on your respective platform.
Explore photos from 2020 for inspiration. Other ideas for how to get involved are included in this article.
You can also find out more at www.worldteachersday.edu.au.
AITSL also have a comprehensive collection of resources for your schools to help celebrate World Teachers' Day this year.
World Teachers’ Day is held internationally on the 5 October. As it falls during the school holidays for many parts of Australia, we celebrate a little later. Make sure you have Friday 29 October in your diary to celebrate!