The future of education was showcased in NSW public schools this week as students, teachers and parents across the state celebrated Education Week 2018.
At Walcha Central School parents were invited to come and visit the classrooms between 10am and 11am then join teachers for a morning tea in the staffroom.
Deputy Principal Simon Warden welcomed the visitors and thanked them for coming.
“The students appreciate seeing you here,” he said.
This year’s theme, Today’s schools – creating tomorrow’s world, highlights how NSW public schools are equipping young people with the skills and capabilities they need to thrive in a rapidly changing world.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said today’s students were learning at a time of great change.
“From the far west to our metropolitan hubs and everywhere in between, our state’s schools will celebrate not only what we’ve achieved, but the future we are creating,” Ms Berejiklian said.