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TUH and the community


Stakeholder breakfast

TUH holds a Stakeholder breakfast each year to thank the education community for their support. This breakfast is attended by principals, teachers, union representatives and other stakeholders.

Pat Welsh from Channel 7 hosts the breakfast and we have had a variety of speakers including Jeff Horn, Professor Ian Frazer, The Honourable Quentin Bryce AD CVO, Wayne Bennett, John Eales and Jodie Henry.


Family and domestic violence is the principal cause of homelessness for Australian women and children. Our commitment to helping end harassment and violence is of paramount importance and we’re proud to have achieved a White Ribbon Workplace accreditation as we strive to create a fairer future for all. 


Our relationship with the Independent Education Union has stood the test of time and we’ve been happy to support them in improving the lives of their community. To that end, we’ve introduced the Future of Teaching Bursary for TUH members who are also in the IEU. This bursary is designed to support and encourage educators who deliver innovative solutions that can benefit their careers and their wider communities in the post-COVID world of learning. The winner has the opportunity to earn $5000 to spend on a single professional development course, a set of professional learning activities or to fund research into innovative learning solutions.


TUH proudly supports the Salvation Army's Youth Outreach Service Education program. This program helps children who find it difficult to fit into main-stream schools to complete Grade 10 and Grade 12 certificates. TUH provided 2 scholarships annually for students which are presented at an Awards ceremony. For these students to be awarded with these certificates is an outstanding achievement as many are dealing with other difficult issues in their life. It was a proud moment for TUH and the students to celebrate their great success.


The Queensland College of Teachers (QCT) Excellence in Teaching Awards - 'Excellence in Teaching' and 'Excellence in Beginning to Teach' - began in 2009 as a way of recognising and celebrating the achievements of Queensland's inspirational teachers.

TUH has been a proud sponsor of the 'Excellence in Beginning to Teach Award' since inception. We believe these awards are a way to give back to the education community which has been so supportive of us.


In May, TUH employees put on their aprons and get busy in the kitchen for a great cause - the Cancer Council's 'Biggest Morning Tea'. The day's activities include a raffle and a bake-off, which usually produces a large amount of very tasty and beautifully decorated cakes that keeps TUH buzzing with a sugar rush for hours afterwards - not to mention raises a substantial donation (which is matched by TUH) towards the fight against cancer.

Acknowledgement of traditional owners

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work each day, and pay our respects to Elders of those lands, both past and present.