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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

22 October:  Over 800 primary school principals from all parts of Australia gathered today in Sydney for the annual APPA National Conference. Read more»

13 October:  APPA today welcomes the Review of the Australian Curriculum recommendations aimed at addressing overcrowding in the Australian Curriculum. Read more»

12 October:  The release of the Final Report of the National Curriculum Review sees APPA's advocacy once again bearing fruit with the recommendations around 'uncrowding' the primary school curriculum. Read more»

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