The Sir Harold Wyndham Medal
An award to recognise an outstanding contribution by an individual to the education of young people in NSW.
New South Wales Outstanding Service Award
This award is presented each year to a Member or Fellow to mark outstanding service to the College.
New South Wales Media & Communication Award
This award is presented each year to a journalist who provides excellent coverage of educational issues.
New South Wales Community & Social Justice Award
Presented each year to recognise important work aimed at the changing the circumstances in which people are excluded, impoverished or disempowered.
The ACE Young Professional Award
This award recognises a teacher (MACE) in the first 7 years of their teaching career.
New South Wales Social Media Award
The award is to recognise innovation by an educator in the use of contemporary media connecting the global education community.
The ACE New England Awards
The ACE New England Branch annually presents the HTB Harris Award, the Kerr Award and the Sutherland Award. In 2016, the inaugural Cynthia Briggs Award was presented.
Noreen Wilcox Award
Noreen Wilcox Award for Excellence in Education.
Queensland University of Technology Graduate Award
The recipient of the Queensland University of Technology Education Award receives a three year complimentary membership to the College.
Darling Downs Regional Awards
Sam Power Biennial Award
The Sam Power Biennial Award for Excellence in Literacy Education is funded by Sandra (Sam) Power’s family and ACE Darling Downs Regional Group. This is a Queensland award developed by the College, in association with the English teachers Association of Queensland (ETAQ) and the Australian Literacy Educators’ Association (ALEA).
Excellence in Education
Biennially ACE Darling Downs Regional Group offers a number of special awards for Excellence in Education.
University of Queensland Graduate Award
The recipient of the University of Queensland Graduate Award receives a three year complimentary membership to the College.
The MacKillop Medal is awarded biennially to an ACE SA member who is making a significant contribution to education in region.
Professional Development Award
The Professional Development Award for Early Career Educators is designed to encourage ACE members in the early stage of their educational career (up to five years) to further their professional development.
The Yerthoappendi Professional Development Award for Early Career Aboriginal Educators is designed to encourage aboriginal ACE members in the early stage of their educational career (up to five years) to further their professional development.
The Christopher Newell Social Justice Award
This award commemorates the inspirational life and work of Associate Professor Christopher James Newell AM, FACE, a visionary social activist and disability advocate.
The ACE TAS Branch has provided this annual award to recognise the work of individuals or organisations that best exemplify socially meaningful achievements and play a significant role in promoting social justice in the state.
Victoria Media Award
This award recognises outstanding contributions to education which raise the public’s awareness of particular or broad educational issues, or for a consistently high level of insightful reporting of educational issues.
Victoria Service Award
The ACE VIC Service Award is presented each year to a Member or Fellow to mark outstanding service to the College and its activities.
The Sir James Darling Award
The Sir James Darling Medal, named after the founder of the College, is awarded to an eminent Victorian educator, who has made an outstanding and sustained contribution to education in Victoria. The award is presented alongside the annual Sylvia Walton Oration in honour of her outstanding contributions
Victoria Excellence in Education
These valuable awards recognise Kindergarten and Victorian Government school staff who have made an exceptional contribution to education.
WA College Medal & Walter Neal Oration
The WA College Medal is awarded to WA educators who have made an outstanding contribution to education in their state, as an oration is delivered in honour of founding member Dr Walter Neal.