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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

23 January:  The government recently released the Reform of the Federation White Paper, Issues Paper 4 for comment and submissions. Read more»

21 January:  Like our primary schools, the work of APPA in 2015 is up and running as we relocate our office within Canberra and consider those national issues that will impact on us all. Read more»

17 December:  APPA has sent out a Media Release that reinforces the view that steps need to be taken to raise the bar for entry into teaching courses. Read more»

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