|1997||Owen Arnst||Wakari||School wide self-esteem building.|
|1998||Dave McWhinnie||Anderson's Bay||Promoting Your School in a Positive Way.|
|2000||Nigel Wilson||Kaikorai||Integration of computer education through the curriculum.|
|Homework centres and shadowing as a professional development technique.|
|Welfare and learning programmes which promote high
achievement for Maori and boys.
George Street Normal
|Achievement of Boys.
|2005||Paddy Ford||Halfway Bush||Self-management and autonomy in schools.|
|2006||Bruce Roberston||Arthur Street||I.C.T. application and use in schools in New Zealand and beyond.|
|2007||Garry Anderson||The Terrace||Physical Education.|
|2008||Whetu Cormick||Macandrew Intermediate||The Arts.|
|2009||Gary Tenbeth||College Street||To explore the concept of “thinking” and to make a linkage to our curriculum’s key competencies.|
|2010||Wendy Brookes||Cromwell||Restorative Justice.|
|2011||Tony Hunter||Tahuna Normal Intermediate||Behaviour Modification.|
|2012||Chris Smith||Millers Flat||Studying the Scottish Ministry of Education's Glow Programme.|
|2013||Richard Newton||St Clair School||Investigate the impact of flexible teacher student staffing models.|
|2014||Jenny Clark||Opoho School||
Jenny will be attending the ICP in Finland and visiting schools to further understand equitable education systems. A particular focus will be on strategies implemented in schools to establish equitable learning opportunities and the processes for facilitating collaboration between teachers, school leaders and schools
|2015||Brent Caldwell||Mornington School||Brent will examine current best practices used to support the learningof priority learners (dyslexic children) within the modern learning context at Fairly House School in London, an independent day school for hcildren with Special Learning Disabilities. Fairly House School doubles as a research centre to advance teaching and learning programmes for dyslexic children.|
|2016||Tania McNamara||Milton School||Tania will address the lack of oral language skills in chidlren starting school, reflecting on current practices and inquiring into research surrounding new and innovative ways to enable our children to be come successful learners of literacy, by developing oral language skill sin the first three years of school. Her research will include vsiting prominent London schools working with Talk4Writing and attendance at the Talk4Writing conference in London.|
|2017||Heidi Hayward||Dunedin North Intermediate School||
Alternative Education for Troubled and Traumatised Children
|2018||Stephanie Madden||Abbotsford School||
Stephanie is investigating how schools can support students to develop resilience, independence, persistence and intellectual risk taking through applying the 'Challenging Learning' philosophy.
|2019||Gareth Swete||Sawyers Bay School|
|2020||Jen Rodgers||St Clair School||To understand how to enable more play in a Y5-6 child's day while ensuring they have a rich curriculum to prepare for future learning. Also enabling learners to be fully agentic in their learning through play. Developing children's metacognitive understanding of their play would
be an outcome of my research.
|2021||No Scholarships awarded due to COVID|
|2022||Greg Hurley||Silverstream School|