ASG NEiTA

Nominations for the 2017 ASG National Excellence in Teaching Awards are now open

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 23 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 $940,000 in grants and prizes since the awards started 23 years ago. 

Teachers can be nominated across early childhood, primary and secondary school categories.

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

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Congratulations to Lauren Reynoldson-Ross and Meth Prathapasinghe, ASG’s 2017 International Space Camp winners.

Congratulations to Abby Mather from SA and Christopher Gallen from WA ASG’s 2016 International Space Camp winners.

Congratulations to Abby Mather from SA and Christopher Gallen from WA ASG’s 2016 International Space Camp winners.

ASG’s Literary and Art Awards

Is your child a storyteller or are they a poet in the making? Or is artwork more their forte? Whatever their passion maybe, ASG is calling all young writers and artists to participate in the ASG’s Literary and Art Awards for 2017. Winners will be flown to Melbourne and will receive specially handcrafted trophies. They will also have the opportunity to meet well known Australian authors and artists at the award function in November 2017.

 

ASG's Junior Art Award

The ASG Art Awards are open to children studying in Prep to Grade 4. Students can enter their artwork in the painting and drawing category and email their artwork to www.YoungAtArt.com.au

Meet the winners of the 2016 ASG Junior Art Awards.

Jazmine Earl and her enchanting drawing 'Turtle and the Happy Jellyfish'

Rohan Ganta, painted the very fetching 'The Fox and the Stars'

Kayasanna Elap, won the Indigenous Art Award with the beautiful 'Peace and Freedom'

 

Junior Art Awards Terms and Conditions

 

ASG Literary Awards

The ASG Literary Awards are open to Australian ASG primary and secondary school students. Your child can send in their entries for either the story or poetry awards—or both of them—by emailing their entries to Youngwriters@asg.com.au . Encourage your child’s writing talents and they may be pleasantly surprised when their work is published in the Oz Kids in Print magazine.

Please read the terms and conditions for further details. Entries close 6 October 2017. 

Meet the winners of the 2016 Literary Awards.

Jordan Varghese and his reflective poem, 'A Night By the Beach'

Adrian Garro and his suspenseful short story, 'Kiptoo'

 

Literary Awards Terms and Conditions

 

ASG Parents Report Card

The ASG Parents Report Card 2016 investigates the state of education in Australia from parents’ perspective. Download your FREE copy now.

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