from TPA President, Sally Milbourne
We regret to advise that this year’s Tasmanian Principals Conference has been postponed.
The rapidly changing circumstances relating to COVID-19, combined with the recent implementation of organisational travel restrictions, and government event and travel bans mean that it would not be feasible to proceed as we had planned. Our primary concern is for the health and wellbeing of our participants; therefore, we have made the decision to reschedule to 17 –19 March 2021.
Many of you will be disappointed, as are we. The conference organising committee has developed a wonderful conference program and we are delighted to announce that all our presenters are able to be a part of our program next year. They are very much looking forward to learning with you and from you next year. In the meantime some speakers are wanting to connect with you via video messages and I thank them for their support. We will add the video messages to this website as we receive them.
We are still working on some program details, and we look forward to sharing this with you later in the year.
We thank you for your understanding during this challenging time, and we hope that you will consider being a part of our re-scheduled conference at Country Club Tasmania from 17-19 March 2021.
President | Tasmanian Principals Association
A special message for our Principals from
one of our wonderful 2021 Keynote Presenters
Tasmanian Principals Conference Committee
President – Tasmanian Principals Association
Business Manager – Tasmanian Principals Association
TPA Vice President Primary, Principal, Port Sorell Primary School
TPA Member, Principal, Hagley Farm
TPA Executive Member, Principal, Youngtown Primary School
Principal – Tasman District School
TPA Member, Principal, Collinsvale Primary School
TPA Member, Principal, Forth Primary School
TPA Executive, Principal, East Devonport Primary School
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