WA Education Awards

Celebrating teaching and learning excellence that delivers positive outcomes for students every day.

WA Education Awards

The WA Education Awards celebrate the achievements of public schools in Western Australia.

The countdown is on to the presentation event! Join our livestream and be part of the celebrations as we announce the winners.

Make sure to share your own celebrations on social media. Use the hashtag #WAEA23.

Date: Monday 4 December 2023

Time: 7 am start



There are 5 award categories this year to recognise excellence in leadership, teaching and learning, cultural responsiveness and disability and inclusion.

Four finalists have been selected for each category. Winning schools receive $20,000 and finalist schools each receive $5,000 to go towards a project or program. 

Our 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

Find out more about this year's award categories.

Platinum partners

The LIFT Alliance consists of technology services company Kinetic IT, IT solutions provider NRI, IT platform provider Campfire, and software developer and integrator Systemic. Together, under The LIFT Alliance, the 4 businesses deliver end-to-end ICT services for more than 800 Western Australian public schools through its contract with the Department of Education.

ECU is named after one of Australia’s most inspiring women, Edith Cowan, whose ideas led to a better way of life for others, including access to education. We also believe in new ideas and creative thinking, inspired by the spark of learning, because this has the power to transform lives and create a better world.


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