APPA logo
Talk Less Connected Leader Scholastic Tigtag Scholastic First Year at School Scholastic EduTECH

Find out more about 'Talk Less Listen More' by visiting the Parentshop website

Find out more about Tigtag by visiting the Tigtag website

Find out more about Scholastic from their website

Go to the APPA National Conference Website for details

Find out more about Scholastic resources on the APPA Resources page

Find out more about Schools Recycle Right and National Recycling Week from the Planet Ark website

Find out more about the Safe Schools Hub

Read the latest Connected Leader

Go to the EduTECH website for more information

Read the The PAIge a newsletter of Principals Australia Institute

Get your copy or to find out more visit Your Child’s First Year at School

See the new reading videos on the Podcasts page

Find out more about KidsMatter Primary on this website

Find out more and register at the Palnet website




Welcome to APPA

The Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA) is the national professional association for primary school principals in Australia.

APPA represents affiliated state and territory Government, Catholic and Independent primary schools across the nation with over 7,000 members.

It is the national voice on national issues and speaks directly to the Federal Government on matters that concern school principals and their school communities.

The About APPA page has more information and the APPA Business and Projects pages detail APPA's activities.

The President's Desk

27 March:  Register for the APPA Conference before Thursday 2 April and go in the draw to win a basket of Easter goodies. Read more»

17 March:  Out today is Connected Leader – APPA's e-journal of contemporary news in education and professional learning – and principals are invited to forward the link to their leadership team. Read more»

14 March:  The ACER Film Literacy in Primary Classrooms survey is looking to find out the extent to which film literacy skills have been incorporated into primary teaching practices. Read more»

Support APPA's business partners

Scholastic Talk Less