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This image was sourced from one of the winning videos entered by year 7-8  students, Ipswich Grammar School, for the

 2018 SEAQ Civics and Citizenship Video Competition

Upcoming events

    • 24 Aug 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 3:40 PM
    • The Lakes College, North Lakes, Queensland

       SEAQ Civics and Citizenship Conference                                                   Conference Program

    This conference is for all teachers of Civics and Citizenship, primary and/or secondary. This subject must be implemented by schools by the end of 2020 (and at least to the end of Year 8 for Education Queensland schools. The conference title is Preparing Active Citizens for the Future. It has three themes: Building respect; Building responsibility; and Making decisions: strategies for forging respect and responsibility through civil discussion. The last session of the conference puts a focus on the Rationale for Civics and Citizenship and the requirement for discussion of social issues in the Achievement StandardAbout the locationNorth Lakes is accessible from the southern side of Brisbane via the Gateway Motorway and the Bruce Highway. Ipswich and western suburbs have a choice of Gympie Road or moving over to the Motorway. It is also very accessible to Moreton Bay and Sunshine Coast areas.


The Social Educators Association of Queensland (SEAQ) is the state professional body for social educators and community members interested in the advancement of social education and teaching Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS).About Us

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Making Humanities and Social Sciences Come Alive

Launched at the 2019 HASS SA Conference and available for purchase - 'Making HaSS Come Alive'

Purchase Here

SCEAA Civics and Citizenship Curriculum Awards

SCEAA invites teachers & preservice  teachers to submit original sequences of lessons/units of work which outline good practice in civics and citizenship teaching and active citizenship. 12 awards of $350 are available for successful submissions from both primary and secondary schools which will be published on the SCEAA website. 

Open from 1 March until 30 November 2019.  SCEAA


The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages (IY2019) to raise awareness of the crucial role languages play in people’s daily lives. 

IY2019Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and CulturesTraditional Languages

special Days

Make our teaching as relevant as possible to students' lives.  One way to do this is to recognise special days that are important for our society. To mark these days as important, many schools undertake ceremonies or actions that allow students to act out their citizenship role.

  SEAQ's Special Day Page 

Member suggestions for our website and Teacher Resource Pages are always welcome  and can be posted in our  Members' Forum


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Social Educators' Association of Queensland

64 Raptor Parade, Banksia Beach. Qld 4507

Mobile : 0409613612


SEAQ is not registered for GST, however, for tax invoice purposes, our ABN is: 634 828 949 03  

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