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2024 SA
Chinese Language Awards Ceremony


2024 Annual Chinese Language Awards Ceremony

​South Australia

Prior to attending the Awards Ceremony, all students and audience members under 18 years old will be requested to fill in a Photo Consent Form.

We are delighted to announce the Annual Chinese Language Awards Ceremony, which aims to celebrate the outstanding achievements of students in Chinese language learning. The event provides an opportunity to recognize the hard work and dedication of our students, highlighting their language skills and cultural knowledge. This exciting ceremony will be a fun and inspiring evening filled with speeches, performances, and awards, and we welcome parents, teachers, school staff, and friends to join us in celebrating our students' accomplishments.

All public, independent, and Catholic schools, as well as community schools in South Australia that offer Chinese as a language, are invited to participate in this awards night.

Student Nomination



Each school is allowed to nominate one primary and one secondary student per category, totaling up to 6 nominees for R-12 schools. Nominees should exhibit a strong passion for Chinese studies and a deep understanding of various aspects of Chinese culture. Please note, a student can be nominated only once and cannot receive nominations from multiple schools.


The Chinese Language Awards offers three categories for student nomination:

  • Second Language Learners of Chinese: The student must be a non-native learner studying Chinese as a second language and has Chinese language skills but is not necessarily the top academic student.

  • Background Language Learners of Chinese: The student may speak Mandarin at home, not necessarily exclusively, and have varying degrees of knowledge of and proficiency in the language being learned.

  • First Language Learners of Chinese: The student is a native Chinese language learner who has had more than one year's schooling in Mandarin in a country or area where Mandarin is spoken.



The Chinese Language Awards offers the following prizes:

  • Junior School students: $30 and Certificate of Excellence

  • Secondary School students: $50 and Certificate of Excellence

Awards will be presented to nominated students who meet the criteria for each category.


The school entry fee for the Chinese Language Awards is as follows:

  • $30 per nominee for students of CLTASA member teachers

  • $60 per nominee for students of non-CLTASA member teachers



Student nominations deadline is Monday, 29th July 2024 (Week 2 Term 3).

The nomination process for the 2024 Chinese Language Awards is as follows:

  • The students' Chinese teachers are requested to nominate all their students who have received excellence awards through ONE booking form via TryBooking

  • CLTASA will then email the teacher an invoice for all registered students.

  • Teachers are to bring the invoice to their school and ensure payment is made before the due date indicated on the invoice.

2024 SA Annual Chinese Language Awards Ceremony


  • 18:00 -20:30 Friday, 23 August 2024 

  • Venue: Memorial Hall St Peter’s College Memorial Hall St Peter’s College (Wyandra Lane, 55 Hackney Rd, St PetersSA 5069)



Everyone who has been awarded or invited, including students, parents, teachers, school staff and leaders, sponsors, presenters, VIPs, and performing groups, must register via the TryBooking  to attend the ceremony.

The registration deadline on TryBooking is Friday, 9th August 2024 (Week 3 Term 3).


Light refreshments and soft drinks will be provided. (Due to time constraints, we are unable to accommodate special dietary requests.)

2024 Student Performance at the Awards Ceremony

We invite all CLTASA members to encourage their students to actively participate in this event, offering them a wonderful opportunity to showcase their talents in both music and art. If any students are interested in performing at the ceremony, please contact the committee by emailing Judy Zhu at Thank you for your support!

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