The NGS Super Scholarship awards will see six recipients embark on a range of professional development courses focused on enriching student wellbeing, upskilling in vital areas of learning, innovating student workspaces and forging connections with overseas schools.
The awards, now in their ninth year, recognise the staff of non government schools who are actively working on their career development, while also contributing to their direct communities and the wider education sector.
Six scholarships to the value of $5000 each are awarded annually to NGS Super members to help them commence a professional development course, project or initiative of their choice.
Laura Wright, Chief Executive Officer of NGS Super, congratulated all those who applied for the awards, and gave thanks for their efforts in bettering the sector.
“We know that teachers are incredibly hardworking and we are so proud to be able to support them achieve their dreams in any capacity.”