TPA proudly represents principals across primary, secondary, senior secondary and special education sectors, as well as assistant principals and system leaders in the Tasmanian public education system.

As the most recent Australian Principal Occupational Health and Wellbeing Survey single recommendation is for individual principals to  ‘…draw on supports available from Professional Associations’ as a mechanism to support their growth and wellbeing, we encourage you to enjoy and promote the advantages and positive impacts of being a part of a vibrant and innovative professional association like the TPA.

The TPA exists to deliver on its vision to ‘Support connected and empowered educational leaders as an integral part of our public education system’ and a commitment to a mission on being the ‘Professional voice for Tasmanian educational leaders’.

The TPA is recognised by government, Department for Education, Children & Young People, media and the non-government school sector as the balanced and respected voice of Tasmanian government school leaders.