School Events and Awareness Days
Welcome to the 2023 schools event calendar!
Awareness events are an awesome way to get kids, parents and educators involved in meaningful learning! We have aligned each awareness event or day with a package of free curriculum-aligned resources, aimed to get the whole school involved. From Harmony Day to STEM day, you can use these resource to teach lessons that help kids build empathy and make change in their local community.
Here’s to a great new year of learning, stay cool!
Young people don’t have to be experienced artists to Inspire Recycling Action and take part in MobileMuster’s Schools Competition – all they need is an idea, imagination and motivation.
Entries are open from 12 June - 30 September 2023. Click the button below for more details and to download resources.
World Refugee Day is an international day designated by the United Nations to honour refugees around the globe. It falls each year on June 20 and celebrates the strength and courage of people who have been forced to flee their home country to escape conflict or persecution.
Celebrating the history, culture & achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC week is celebrated by Indigenous communities & Australians from all walks of life. It's a great time to participate in a range of activities & support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Entries for the Sydney Swans Good Reels for Good Feels Competition are open from 10 July to 30 September.
Open to all Australian Primary classes, this inclusive competition invites students to create short mindfulness, health and wellness videos to share how they stay active and healthy.
The aim of World Youth Skills Day is to encourage youth to celebrate the value of acquiring skills like building, making, and creating as a way to achieve personal success and fulfillment. Check out these great lessons on offer to help celebrate the day.
Entries for the popular Faber-Castell Create Your Mark for a Brighter Future are open from 18 July to 25 September 2023.
Download lessons to help your students learn about the importance of dreaming big, inspiring change through art and improving their environments.
This DonateLife Week, we encourage more Australians to register to be an organ and tissue donor, and to have a chat about it with their family and friends. While the majority of Australians believe it’s important to be an organ and tissue donor, only one in three are registered!
The day is celebrated every year on 26 July as a unique opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of mangroves as a “unique, special and vulnerable ecosystem” and to promote their sustainable management, conservation and use.