The awards give recognition to staff – be they academic, support staff, boarding, sporting, property, administration roles and others – who stand out above and beyond what might reasonably be expected as part of their employment.
The ISNZ Honours Awards is just one way in which the independent school sector celebrates these inspiring professionals who develop a learning environment that will motivate and prepare students to be responsible global citizens, conscientious decision-makers and engaged change-makers.
If you require more information the ISNZ Honours Awards Explained document will outline the criteria and how you can nominate your staff.
Download the ISNZ Honours Awards Explained here.
Download the ISNZ Honours Awards 2023 Nomination Form here.
CLOSING DATE FOR ALL NOMINATIONS: 30 June 2023
Congratulations to the ISNZ Honours Awards Recipients of 2022:
Hamish Bell, St Andrew’s College – Service to Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award and Outdoor Education
Trudi Bell, Scots College – Service to Teaching and Leadership
Pauline Clegg, Rangi Ruru Girls’ School – Service to the School Community and Executive Assistance to the Principal
Scott Johnson, Medbury School – Service to Educational Leadership and Innovation
Reverend Sandy Robertson, Diocesan School for Girls – Service to Chaplaincy, Religious Studies, and the Spiritual Life of the School
Lynne Scott, Chilton Saint James School – Service to Music
Adrian Slack, Scots College – Service to Pastoral Care and Co-Curricular Programmes
Lisa Williams, St Margaret’s College – Service to Teaching – Health Education and Middle Schooling
Angie Winstanley-Smith, Diocesan School for Girls – Service to Sports Administration and Water Polo
View 2021 Honours Awards here.