Federal funding shortfall exposed at Principals’ Conference
28 March 2022
More than 250 public school principals gathered at Federation’s auditorium in Sydney on Friday, 24 March, to discuss education policy…
Support for casual members during pandemic restrictions
26 August 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all of us, but, in many ways, it is those in precarious employment who are the most affected.
More evidence of unprecedented change mounts before inquiry
12 November 2020
Teachers in classroom and executive positions shared some of the challenges faced by the profession with the Gallop inquiry panellists on 11 November.
On principle: Old guard forms rear guard
20 August 2020
A group of retired principals who have seen previous NSW governments’ attempts to introduce contracts for principals have rallied to prevent the same agenda in the modern era.
Off to Harvard: Public School principals win awards
20 May 2019
Congratulations to three public school principal’s granted scholarships at the Public Education Foundation’s Proudly Public Awards ceremony on 15 May held at Sydney Town Hall.
9 March 2019
Childhood trauma and toxic stress are recognised as the world’s leading health epidemic and only recently have its consequences and remedies started trickling down to education policy and practice, members were told at March’s Principals’ Conference.
Use your professional wisdom to shift the mindset in your school for the better
5 March 2019
You have a key role to play in shifting schools and young people to a creative mindset, principal members of Federation were told by Pasi Sahlberg
2018 Principals’ Conference
9 March 2018
Federation’s 2018 Principals’ Conference aimed to help Principals understand and navigate the changing nature of work in schools. In an opening address, President Maurie Mulheron singled out the Department’s Local Schools, Local Decision policy as the primary driver of increased workload in schools.