Awards for Teachers
Opportunities to get financial support to extend your professional practice or to get recognition for excellence in teaching mathematics and statistics.
AMA Conference Scholarship
AMA offers support to AMA members to attend conference.
Details of how to apply are advertised each year that conference is being held
The Margaret and John Kalman Charitable Trust offer four teacher excellence prizes and five fellowships each year to secondary school mathematics teachers. The teacher excellence prizes are of monetary value and presented to the winning teachers at their senior prize-giving. The fellowship is a year-long programme designed to promote leadership within the mathematics teaching community.
The Ernest Duncan award is an annual award available to teachers at any school in New Zealand (primary, intermediate and secondary). The award is of monetary value and recognises an individual’s outstanding contribution to classroom teaching in mathematics and statistics.
Teach NZ have a range of study awards, grants and sabbaticals to help teachers complete a qualification, take time off each week to study while teaching, or take time off to research a topic of interest.
The Voluntary bonding scheme offers teachers $$$ after their third year of teaching. View more
The Jim Campbell award recognises personal excellence in primary or secondary classroom teaching and support given to others in enhancing their classroom teaching. Jim Campbell awards are presented biennially at the NZAMT Conference.
The ASG National Excellence in Teaching Awards is a community-centred awards programme that honours exemplary teaching in Australia and New Zealand. Six national recipients from New Zealand and 12 recipients from Australia are selected to receive the awards each year. Each recipient receives a trophy and a $5,000 professional development grant. Nominations open in July each year.
The scholarship was established in 2014 in recognition of the contribution made by Dr Judy Paterson to mathematics education and especially her work with secondary school mathematics teachers in the Auckland region.
The main purpose of the scholarship is to support graduate level professional development for a teacher from a decile 1 or 2 school in the wider Auckland region.
This prize is worth $150,000. The prize will be awarded to a registered primary, intermediate or secondary school teacher who is teaching science, mathematics, technology, pūtaiao, hangarau or pāngarau learning areas of the New Zealand curriculum. Teachers must be teaching in a registered New Zealand school.