ASG’s National Excellence in Teaching Awards (NEiTA) Foundation was established in 1994 to honour exemplary teaching throughout Australia and New Zealand.
For more than 22 years, these awards have provided communities with the opportunity to formally recognise and thank outstanding teachers and leaders.
ASG is proud to continue its support for the teaching profession by acknowledging the valuable role inspirational teachers play in the development of our young people.
More than 30,000 teachers have been nominated by their communities across Australia and New Zealand since the awards started in 1994. ASG NEiTA started in 1996 in New Zealand. ASG NEiTA has distributed more than $800,000 in grants and prizes since the awards started 22 years ago.
Teachers can be nominated across early childhood, primary and secondary school categories.
Nominations for the 2016 awards are now closed.
ASG NEiTA national awards
ASG NEiTA State and Territory recipients
International Space Camp
ASG has sponsored two Australian students to attend the International Space Camp at the US Space and Rocket Center in Alabama, USA, each year since 2009.
This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is open to Australian ASG students between 16 and 18 years of age.
We’ve sent many talented young students to represent Australia at this exclusive week long camp, which offers the next best thing to being in space. Successful students will take part in various simulations, demonstrations, activities, and projects.
Applications are now closed for the 2016 International Space Camp.
Congratulations to Abby Mather from SA and Christopher Gallen from WA ASG’s 2016 International Space Camp winners.
ASG's Junior Art Award
ASG is proud to sponsor the Junior Art Award, part of the Young Australian Art Awards. These awards help to nurture and celebrate the imagination and creative talents of young Australians.
Australian ASG primary school students from Prep to Grade 4 are invited to enter our Junior Art Award. Students can submit artworks in painting, photography, drawing and computer art via the Young Australia Art Awards website.
The recipients of ASG's Junior Art Awards will be invited to attend an awards ceremony where they will be presented with a trophy.
Meet the winners of the 2015 ASG Junior Art Awards.
Eight year old Himani wowed the judges with her Sunset painting
Six year old Shanghavi’s Butterfly drawing set the pages aflutter
Junior Art Awards Terms and Conditions
ASG Literary Achievement Awards
ASG is a proud sponsor of the Australian Children's Literary Board's Young Australian Writers' Awards. The ASG Literary Achievement Awards foster the imagination and writing skills of young ASG students, recognising outstanding writers across short story and poetry categories.
Writing regularly can be an enjoyable way for students to express their creativity, as well as a great way to improve grammar and spelling.
Students who enter the ASG Literary Achievement Awards also have the opportunity to see their work published in the Oz Kids magazine, published four times a year.
Closing date: 7 October 2016
Meet the winners of the 2015 Literary Achievement Awards.
Imaginative, sensitive and creative is how the judges described our two ASG Literary Awards winners. Read their story and poetry to know what set them apart.
Eleven year old Monica’s After the storm story took us to the centre of action.
Ten year old Benjamin’s poem Taragus lets our imagination wander.
Literary Awards Terms and Conditions