The hashtag #teachersrock was trending on Sunday 26 April with Celebrities and Public Figures sending support messages and videos to teachers who start work on Monday 27 April amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
— Adam Whiteman (@mradamwhiteman) April 27, 2020
To all my colleagues in schools across NSW: admin staff, cleaners, learning support officers, exec & classroom teachers. As we head into a Term 2 unlike any other, remember – your work, effort & time are meaningful. They matter. Our students matter. You matter. 👊 #TeachersRock pic.twitter.com/CVUjjvqSuP
— Eddie Woo (@misterwootube) April 26, 2020
Term 2 starts in NSW tomorrow. I think we should all take a moment to say thank you to all the teachers and carers. You are all going above and beyond to make sure our kids continue their learning no matter what. You guys are the rockstars right now #teachersrock
— Jimmy Barnes (@JimmyBarnes) April 26, 2020
But I’ll say more🤣. With 3 sisters & a brother teaching in public schools, my young fella in Kindy in another. As a trained teacher with countless friends about to start term 2 in NSW. Unfortunately you don’t get the Gold Medal accolades, but you guys deserve it. #teachersrock https://t.co/PH1Q0un5Xi
— Kurt Fearnley (@kurtfearnley) April 26, 2020
Love seeing all the #teachersrock videos tonight. We know this term is going to be tough, but our teachers have shown us they are resilient, creative and committed to all their students.
— Tanya Plibersek (@tanya_plibersek) April 26, 2020
— Mehreen Faruqi (@MehreenFaruqi) April 27, 2020
— Magda Szubanski AO (@MagdaSzubanski) April 26, 2020
To all the teachers starting term 2. We know how hard you have worked over your “holidays” to totally transform how teaching happens. Your health is as important as everyone else. Your union movement brother & sisters will always stand beside you #TeachersRock
— Sally McManus (@sallymcmanus) April 26, 2020
Loving you, teachers… know you will have been prepping so hard over the “holidays”.
Your work doesn’t start and end at the school gate,especially now.
Best with Term 2!!#teachersrock
— Wendy Harmer (@wendy_harmer) April 26, 2020
Whether you’ve walked a mile in their shoes, been a student or related to a teacher, you’d know, they are superheroes without capes. As they go work tomorrow, take a moment to let them know that you believe #Teachersrock pic.twitter.com/ukO9T0CHo1
— Jihad Dib MP (@jihaddibmp) April 26, 2020
To our teachers all around 🇦🇺, THANKYOU 👏 and as the country heads into the new school Term, please know that we’re thinking of you, appreciate everything you do and will always remember how important you are ❤️ #TeachersRock @PEFOZ pic.twitter.com/wUSyUvOlCY
— Craig Foster (@Craig_Foster) April 26, 2020