Recognising those making a difference in the education sector
Are you passionate about your career? Do you have an idea you think could change the education sector?
The NGS Super Scholarship Awards support the professional development of those in the independent education sector who strive to make a difference.
The awards are part of NGS Super’s commitment to providing a helping hand to teachers, support staff and management staff of non-government schools in their careers and personal development.
We award six scholarships each year across four categories
Teachers (three scholarships)
For staff whose role is primarily focused on classroom teaching and/or pastoral care or the coordination of such programs.
For employees whose time is predominantly spent in a corporate management role such as principal, deputy principal, head of curriculum or administration management such as business managers, finance managers, etc.
For those who are not in management or teaching roles but who support the teaching functions of the day-to-day operations of the school and its facilities.
This is awarded to staff working in any of the above three categories.
2019 NGS Scholarship AwardsApplications for the 2019 NGS Scholarship Awards have now closed.
Past winners spotlight
Diana Webster, a recipient of the $5000 scholarship award in 2018 from Abbotsleigh School in NSW, used her grant to support a project close to her heart: she participated in a teacher-training course in Uganda where she helped to upskill local teachers.Read Diana's inspiring story here