ASG produces a variety of printed and online publications, reports and newsletters for the benefit of parents, families, students, educators, government, media and other relevant stakeholders. 

ASG is committed to publishing material which is relevant and necessary. Many of our publications are collaboration with leading academics and industry experts.

ASG’s Scholastic

ASG's Scholastic is a quarterly magazine for members and their families, which has the latest ASG and education news. The magazine is designed to keep members up to date, provide useful information and inspire ASG students to reach their full potential. For younger children, the Juniors’ Club section will keep them entertained with games, interesting facts and competitions.

The magazine is printed and the latest issue is also available online.  

Early Horizons

Early Horizons is ASG’s early childhood magazine which is aims to support educators achieve positive outcomes for children. The magazine shares professional insights and leadership from specialists in the early childhood sector. 

A complimentary copy of Early Horizons is provided to all preschools, kindergartens, day care and long day care centres in Australia and New Zealand.

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Read the latest issue of Early Horizons.

2018 Annual General Meeting

The 44th AGM for ASG was held on Friday 26 October 2018 at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne, with a video link to our Auckland office.

Members participated in an engaging presentation by Dr Arne Rubinstein — an internationally recognised expert on Rites of Passage and adolescent development. He has been running programs for teenagers and delivering cutting edge leadership training in Australia and internationally for over 20 years. Dr Rubinstein’s spoke about the triggers and causes of mental health and what both schools and parents can do to help support children struggling with mental health.

You can access the Annual Report which was presented at the AGM.

Following is a video of Dr Rubinstein's presentation