POSTPONEMENT UPDATE | May 2020
from TPA President, Sally Milbourne

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to advise that work is continuing on our rescheduled Tasmanian Principals Conference, which will be held on March 17th – 19th next year at the Country Club Launceston.

We are delighted that all our presenters are able to be a part of our program next year. I extend my gratitude to Robyn Moore, Rob Edwards, Dan Haesler, Sarah Ralston, Kirsten Douglas and Kurt Fearnley for their support of our Association and our Conference. I am very much looking forward to learning with and from them next year.

The provisional program is available to view by clicking the ‘Program’ tab above, and as you will see, the sessions are perfect for us to consider how to ‘Lead for Wellbeing’ in order to support ourselves and those we work with.

We very much look forward to seeing you at our Conference next year. Early Bird Registrations will open early in term three. Keep an eye out – the Early Bird and Member discounts are great value.

Sally Milbourne
President | Tasmanian Principals Association

A video message from
Kristen Douglas

A video message from
Adam Fraser

Please scroll down to view special messages to you
from some of our wonderful 2019 and 2021 Keynote Presenters.

A video message from
Sarah Ralston

Reboot have also included some PDF’s from their huge Facebook hit, “From Surviving to Thriving”, and would like to share with you a couple of articles written for “The Queensland Principal”.

“From Surviving to Thriving”

“The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working”

“Social Capital: Why I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends”

A video message from
Robyn Moore

Additional to this video message, Robyn has also kindly provided links to other resources you can share with your staff:

Facebook:
This is an 11.5 minute clip (Specifically designed for these COVID 19 Times)
https://www.facebook.com/thepoweroftheword/

Webinars from 3 “Leading Voice” Speakers:
My webinar on here is 40-minutes long and teases out all the distinctions in more detail…so it would be valuable for you to share with your Staff.
http://leadingvoice.com.au/webinars/

A video message from
Dan Haesler

Tasmanian Principals Conference Committee

Sally Milbourne
President – Tasmanian Principals Association

Tamara Clark
Business Manager – Tasmanian Principals Association

Samantha Abblitt
TPA Vice President Primary, Principal, Port Sorell Primary School

Jeanagh Viney
TPA Member, Principal, Hagley Farm

Deaine Coyle
TPA Executive Member, Principal, Youngtown Primary School

Ted Barrance
Principal – Tasman District School

Angela Burbury
TPA Member, Principal, Collinsvale Primary School

Dianne Poulton
TPA Member, Principal, Forth Primary School

Brett Youd
TPA Executive, Principal, East Devonport Primary School

About the Tasmanian Principals Association

The Tasmanian Principals Association is a highly respected professional association which exists to provide support to public school leaders and a thriving public education system.

The TPA focuses on the highest quality leadership development. The TPA is recognised as a pivotal group in the formation of policy and strategic direction at departmental and government levels. All sections of the media respect the professional, balanced voice of the Tasmanian Principals Association.

www.tpa.org.au