Local teacher wins NGS Super Scholarship Award

Each year NGS Super offers up to six Scholarship Awards to the value of $5,000 each to members across Australia. The Awards provide the opportunity for members to develop their careers, improve educational outcomes for students and advance the quality of the non-government schools system.

Local teacher wins NGS Super Scholarship Award

Lynette Barker, a teacher at St Therese’s Primary School, New Lambton, has been awarded the NGS Scholarship Award for 2012. By attending the Learning Network’s Conference in New Zealand as well as visiting three schools in Auckland, Lynette gained practical knowledge to assist with the roll out of the virtual “Spare Chairs” project as well as continuing her “Embedded Technology” initiative, offering guidance to other teachers and demonstrating ways that technology can be embedded into lessons.


Lynette is a strong advocate for technology in education and believes that bringing children together in an online environment offers exciting opportunities for the development of sound communication skills and the sharing of knowledge. Congratulations Lynette and we look forward to hearing all about the outcomes of your project in due course.


The NGS Super Scholarship Awards will be made available again in 2013. If you are interested in making a significant contribution to your workplace, the NGS Scholarship Award can provide invaluable professional development and personal growth. Visit www.ngssuper.com.au for all the details and to apply online. Online applications open on 1 February 2013 and close on 30 June 2013.


Sophie Horwood
Communications Manager, NGS Super


Pictured: St Therese’s New Lambton Principal Duilio Rufo with teacher Lynette Barker.

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