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Humanities Co-ordinator and teacher of
Classical Studies and Australian history at
Nuriootpa High School, Mr Giles Bartram has
won the prestigious South Australian History
Teacher of the Year award.
The award was presented to Giles by the
Minister for Education, the Hon Jennifer Rankine
at the annual World Teachers Day Awards on
This event was hosted by the Council of
Education Associations of South Australia and
was held at the Educational Development Centre
Giles was nominated for the award by The
History Teacher’s Association of South Australia
and says that his win was unexpected.
“The two most amazing things about receiving
this award are that it was so unexpected and that
it’s decided by other history teachers, my peers
and people who are the most qualified to make
this decision,” he said.
“Many other people could have been picked
instead of me.”
Giles said that receiving the accolade was
a great honour to him because other history
teachers, including teachers from public, catholic
and independent school sectors, made the decision.
“There are some amazing history teachers
working in South Australian schools so to be
acknowledged above them is truly humbling.”
The award is well deserved by Giles who has
been active in presenting workshops at state
conferences and has supported many other
teachers statewide to implement the Australian
He is also a member of two advisory groups
on Australian Curriculum and is involved in
curriculum design at a state level, as well as being
involved with moderation and exam
marking for the SACE board.
As a passionate teacher of all his
subjects, Giles said that he enjoys
teaching history because it is a
subject that involves critical and
“Students enjoy it and find it
interesting,” he said.
“I’m especially passionate about
teaching Australian wartime history
because it’s such an integral aspect
of our national heritage, particularly
given the significance of the ANZAC
Centenary at the moment.
“The reward of seeing students
develop their skills and interests,
the satisfaction of knowing that
you can make a positive difference
in their lives and the joy of doing
something that I love is what I get
out of teaching.”
China free trade
agreement a massive win
The Abbott Government has
concluded negotiations for an
historic Free Trade agreement
with China – our largest
trading partner - which will
deliver significant benefits for
both Australia and Barker said
Member for Barker, Mr Tony
“The China Free Trade
Agreement is the biggest thing to
happen to Australian agriculture
“Since coming to office, the
Abbott Coalition Government has
concluded three world leading
free trade agreements with South
Korea, Japan and now China,”
said Mr Pasin.
“These agreements will
add billions of dollars to the
Australian economy and create
tens of thousands of jobs in
coming years. They will also
boost the high living standards
Australians enjoy today.
“Australian exporters will
now have unprecedented market
access to the world’s second
largest economy and 1.36 billion
consumers and a burgeoning
“Barker is a massive winner
from the China FTA with
beef, sheep meat, dairy, wine,
horticulture, and seafood all set
to enjoy the substantial benefits
of this deal.”
Minister for Education and Child
Development, the Hon Jennifer Rankine
presented Nuriootpa High School teacher,
Mr Giles Bartram with the South Australian
History Teacher of the Year award on
Giles wins History Teacher
of the Year award
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