Teachers. Caretakers. Cleaners. Catering Staff. Admin Workers. And everyone in between. Thank you!
World Teachers Day is an annual affair held on October 5, and it’s a time to celebrate Teachers around the globe. Here at Discounts for Teachers, we want to celebrate World Teachers Day 2023 by saying thank you to everyone who supports the education of others.
Why do we celebrate World Teachers Day?
World Teachers Day has been celebrated since 1994, and over the years, it’s grown into a global day of celebration for everyone in the Education sector. Why do people love World Teacher Day? It’s a day dedicated to celebrating teachers and those who offer their talent and support within the education sector.
World Teachers Day is held yearly on October 5.
What is the theme for World Teachers Day 2023?
Every year, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), runs the campaign and sets a “theme”. For World Teachers Day 2023, the theme is ‘Teachers: leading in crisis, reimagining the future‘.
Given that learning is a fundamental aspect of life and a pivotal component of a child’s growth, educators hold a vital position within society. They bear the responsibility of imparting knowledge to future leaders and trailblazers.
World Teachers’ Day presents an excellent occasion to honour how teachers have adeptly navigated unforeseen challenges in recent years.
The theme allows Educators across the globe and those who attend the celebration at UNESCO Headquarters a point of view for the day.
More Ways to Celebrate!
As you know, Teachers and those who work in the Education sector play a critical role in the educational journey of others, and that’s worth celebrating every day! We are huge champions of everyone in the Education sector, which is why we ensure that Teachers are celebrated as much as possible!
Teachers. Students. Admin staff. Caters. Cleaners. And everyone in between. We know how each of these roles works together to create the best educational environment, which is why we celebrate YOU all year round.
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