Finalists announced for WA Education Awards

  • Twenty public schools named finalists in the WA Education Awards 2023
  • Awards recognise excellence in leadership; teaching and learning (primary and secondary); cultural responsiveness; and disability and inclusion

Education Minister Dr Tony Buti has today announced the finalists for the WA Education Awards 2023.

Twenty public schools from all across the State were recognised for their outstanding impact in education.

The WA Education Awards highlight the exceptional achievements, dedication and innovation happening at WA public schools, and celebrate the important role they play in shaping the lives of young people.

There are two new categories in this year’s awards (Excellence in cultural responsiveness, and Excellence in disability and inclusion), bringing the total number of categories to five.

Winning schools will be announced in December 2023, and will receive $20,000 to go towards a project or program of the school’s choosing.

The WA Education Awards 2023 are sponsored by Lift Alliance, Edith Cowan University, Beilby Downing Teal, and Seven West Media.

WA Education Awards 2023 finalists:

Excellence in school leadership

Dawul Remote Community School

Narembeen District High School

Two Rocks Primary School

Woodland Grove Primary School

Excellence in teaching and learning (primary)

Brabham Primary School

Greenfields Primary School

Gwynne Park Primary School

Wananami Remote Community School

Excellence in teaching and learning (secondary)

Applecross Senior High School

Ashdale Secondary College

Manea Senior College

Western Australian College of Agriculture Cunderdin

Excellence in cultural responsiveness

Brabham Primary School

Brentwood Primary School

Wananami Remote Community School

Winterfold Primary School

Excellence in disability and inclusion

Bob Hawke College

Geraldton Primary School

Joondalup Education Support Centre

Malibu School

As stated by Education Minister Dr Tony Buti:

“Congratulations to the staff at all the finalist schools on being recognised for their dedication and commitment to education excellence.

“These staff members are fantastic examples of committed education professionals who make a difference to the lives of young people and help students achieve their potential.

“The nominations received this year were of a very high calibre, which demonstrates the quality education that Western Australian students receive.

“I look forward to announcing the winners of the WA Education Awards in December.”

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