Celebrating the profession

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Read through stories of Victorian educators that inspire students and other teachers in their profession.

​​​Reflections from Victorian teachers and their car​​eers

​​​​Recognising excellent teachers across Victoria​

Teachers recognised at Victorian School Sports Awards

This year’s Outstanding Teacher Contribution Award winners went the extra mile to keep students active during remote learning.

Victorian Education Excellence Awards nominations are now open

This year’s awards include two new categories for teachers in the first five years of their career. Nominations close 7 June.

Outstanding educators honoured on Australia Day

Current and former educators have been recognised for their commitment to education.

Thank you message from VicSRC

Students send a massive thank you to teachers for supporting them through a rollercoaster year

Thank you for an incredible year

Acknowledging teachers for their extraordinary efforts in 2020

Victorian Education Excellence Awards winners announced

School staff recognised for outstanding dedication and achievement in government education

Victorian Education Excellence Awards finalists announced

Inspirational teachers, principals, business managers and education support staff are among those recognised

Celebrating World Teachers’ Day

This Friday 30 October, we recognise Victoria's outstanding teachers in World Teachers' Day celebrations

Celebrating our school sports stars

Hear from Victorian School Sports Awards recipients and watch videos highlighting their outstanding achievements

Victorian Education Excellence Awards celebrate Victorian schools

A principal who helped the class of 2018 achieve the best results in their school’s history and a primary school supporting Koorie culture and achievement were among the winners of the Victorian Education Excellence Awards (VEEA)

Meet more Excellence Award finalists

Zoë Carolan of Wantirna College and Jade Hunter of Swan Hill College are two more of your finalists for the Victorian Education Excellence Awards

Celebrating change in the classroom

Lilydale High School Learning Specialist Tony Vallance was named Teacher of the Year at the Australian Education Awards

Seventeen years and still going strong

Sue Meli won Vocational Student of the Year Award in 2002 and the Victorian Training Award still impresses potential clients

Premier's VCE Award winners recognised

The future of Victoria is in great hands if this year’s 290 recipients are any indication.

​​​Stories of educators that inspire their school community​​

Messages of thanks to teachers

In this video, we share some messages of thanks to teachers from grateful Victorians.

Student teachers bring their digital skills to the classroom

How Juan Lizcano's digital skills provided a valuable resource to Brighton Secondary College's staff and students

Victorian Teachers’ Games: Wellness Month

Support wellbeing through a range of mindful and physical activities until 16 August

Support for your health and wellbeing

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolves, it is important to continue to look after yourself

Creating connections during remote and flexible learning

Templestowe Heights Primary School principal Rhys Coulson explains what he has learned from this time

Learning the lessons from remote and flexible learning

Learn about how the return of the children has put the heart back into Golden Square Primary School

From kitchen to classroom, reflections of a grad teacher

After 10 years as a commercial chef, James Hardie has traded his kitchen for the classroom and shares his advice to other first-year graduate teachers

Prep bags competition winner announced

Winning bag design brings elements of Australia to Prep students

Students discover a brighter future at Casey Tech School

For a group of disengaged girls from Kambrya College, life has been challenging. Many have faced wellbeing, social or academic issues.

Students join global project to save bees from extinction

The Bees with Backpacks program will give students hands-on experience guided by Australian scientists from CSIRO.

Teacher reflects on 35 years in education

Anne Hamilton emigrated to Australia in 1984 to teach during a shortage of Maths and Science teachers and now looks back on her time in education.

Education conference for aspiring Indigenous teachers

Deakin University’s inaugural education conference inspires the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers.

Supporting future leaders at your school

Year 7 Student Talei Whiteside was one of a panel of international students speaking at the Global Cities Education Network symposium earlier this year.