Browns Plains State High School Principal Ben Ward says the entire school community was honoured to receive the excellence award.
Browns Plains State High School has taken home an award at the 22nd annual Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools, honouring Queensland’s leading state schools.
“I am very pleased to say the calibre of submissions and finalists was simply outstanding once again this year,” Education Minister Grace Grace says, adding that the Showcase Awards recognise and reward innovation in teaching and leadership practice in Queensland state schools.
“All of our winners and finalists should be incredibly proud of all they have achieved to enhance students’ learning experiences and advance Queensland’s future through quality public education.
“As well as rewarding great state school teachers and principals, the awards recognise schools for delivering innovative programs that lift the standards of education.
“The awards program underlines the high quality of education available to students in Queensland and demonstrates that our state school students are part of a world class education system.”
This year’s award recipients – along with the state and regional winners – shared in $200,000 of grants, with 94 award submissions received from 125 schools and programs.
The QSuper Showcase Award for Excellence in the Secondary Years
Browns Plains State High School, Attitude to learning
The 2021 Showcase Awards winners are listed below. The full list of state finalists is available at www.showcase.education.qld.