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Education Week

January 17-23, 2021

3Rs: Renew. Refresh. Reconnect.
3R: Recommencer. Revivifier. Renouer.

Education Week Message from NLTA President Dean Ingram

Education Week Contest Video

Education Week 2021 Contest

Certificates of Appreciation/Bookmarks/Stickers Order Form (deadline: Dec. 18) (print pdf) or (complete online)

School Sports NL – Dart Outdoors flyer (deadline: Dec. 18)

Resource Booklet

Proclamation (English) (French)

Certificate of Appreciation (English) (French)

Education Week Song/Music Score

Education Week has always been about celebrating education and the importance of learning. The theme for 2021 reflects the current circumstances of all our students and educators and asks participants to focus on the 3Rs: Renew. Refresh. Reconnect. This year’s theme is about renewing our focus on mental health, taking time to refresh after a very stressful year and reconnecting not only with yourself, but also finding new ways to connect with peers. This past year has been a challenging one for everyone but we are finding new ways to learn, new ways to connect and new ways to ground ourselves and focus on what is important. Education Week can be an enriching experience for students, teachers and parents. All teachers are encouraged to continue to observe Education Week with their students. All students have much to contribute and would grow and learn from involvement in Education Week activities.

The four blocks symbolize the foundation of either a building or of learning. They represent both a solid foundation as well as the traditional blocks that most children are familiar with. Atop the blocks the chimney represents an arrow pointing to the future. This symbolizes the growth and the importance of education. Together the blocks, the chimney, the arrow, and all elements are representative of a solid foundation for education and the future that is provided by our teachers throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

  For more information contact Jennifer Tulk, Communications Officer, Ph: 726-3223 or 1-800-563-3599 ext. 228 8