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… the peak national body supporting Australian primary principals

 

 

 

 

Following an outstanding 2022 APPA National Conference in Sydney, we are now looking forward with much anticipation to the 2023 APPA National Conference, to be held from 30 July-2 August 2023 in Hobart.

The 2023 APPA National Conference will be a unique conference adventure and a very special opportunity for refreshing leadership and inspiring futures.

Click here to visit the Conference Website

Dates: Sunday, 30 July to Wednesday, 2 August 2023

Location: Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart

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The Australian Primary Principals Association has 5 key priorities:

  • The status of the profession;
  • Principal and school leader health and wellbeing;
  • Sustained investment in primary education;
  • The curriculum; and
  • Assessment.

In addition, APPA believes that the pandemic period has reinforced the need for the profession to be meaningfully and closely involved in collaboration on policy formulation, assessment and implementation design.

APPA remains deeply concerned about the mental health of primary school aged children.

We welcome your ongoing support, engagement and collaboration in these endeavours.

With kindest regards,

APPA President

 

 

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