The TEACHX Awards celebrate the outstanding contributions of teachers in Queensland.
Every year, teachers from across the sectors and early childhood centres are nominated to share their stories and inspire colleagues.
The QCT is proud to give voice to these stories and to shine a spotlight on the extraordinary work being done by these remarkable individuals within the profession.
Commencing in 2009, these awards exemplify the significant contribution to schools and early childhood communities across Queensland, attracting more than 2,000 nominations of registered teachers who have achieved exceptional outcomes.
To be nominated for a TeachX award, is an achievement in itself. Winning a TeachX category signifies teaching quality, dedication and is a mark of distinction.
Nominations open in May.
For further information about the event, please email .
Read the stories of the 2020 finalists and shortlisted nominees here: https://www.stories.qct.edu.au/.
Download a copy of the 2020 TEACHX Awards program here.
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