The Children’s Week Association of South Australia is seeking to recognise children, young people and members of the community who make a difference for children. We are especially interested in discovering the quiet achievers and those who have not been previously recognised.
Nomination is also sought for young people who are a role model for others.
Children’s Week Awards for Service to Children
for outstanding and consistent contributions to the needs, interests and welfare of children either in a voluntary or paid capacity.
There are two sections to the Awards:
Children and Youth (under
the age of 18)
Adults (18 years and over)
Children's Week Special Award
Special Award is given in recognition of a young person who displays courage and a cheerful attitude in the face of adversity.
Award Guidelines 2018
Awards Nomination 2018
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Play Award recognizes a significant contribution to the development of children’s play and may involve programs, events, equipment, promotion or management of children’s play.
Play Award Nomination 2018
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Nominations for all the above 2018 awards have now closed
MINISTER FOR EDUCATION AWARDS
For children who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in any endeavour including academic, community service, sport, arts and personal challenge.
Nominations are welcome in two sections:
Child/children at Primary School (includes year 7 student attending at any school)
Child/children at Secondary School (up to 18yrs of age)
Minister for Education Awards Guidelines
Minister for Education Awards Nomination
Nominations for the Minister for Education 2018 Awards have now closed
The awards will be presented at an official function during Children’s Week.
Children's Week Award winners 2018
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Contact the Children’s
Week Secretary at email@example.com or Mobile 0438 025 400 for further information.