Welcome to ACSP NSW - Association of Catholic School Principals in NSW Inc

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The Association of Catholic School Principals (ACSP) in NSW exists to promote Catholic Education through the strong voice of Catholic School Principals.

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SAVE THE DATE STATE CONFERENCE 16TH - 23RD MAY 2023

New Hope, New Growth.

A celebration of Catholic Educational Leadership

Registration Now Open

When: 16th -19th May 2023

Where: Novotel Wollongong Northbeach, 2-14 Cliff Road, North Wollongong

Registrations: Full Delegate Registration: $1025 + GST includes:

  • 3 day conference
  • morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea Wednesday and Thursday, morning tea and lunch Friday
  • Dancefever Multisport Welcome Function
  • Advance Life Conference Dinner
  • Conference satchel
  • Conference program
Andy Hargreaves Keynote Speaker

“I am delighted to be working with NSW educational leaders in May 2022. I will be asking and engaging with you around the following questions. What were our schools like before the pandemic in learning, achievement and testing? How well and how much were students truly engaged with their learning before the pandemic? And how effective were we at addressing equity and social mobility before the pandemic? Then what did we learn during the pandemic that could help us address what to continue, start and stop as we move into the future so we can think differently about how to transform learning, assessment and achievement; how to bring about greater equity and mobility for the children of all our essential workers, and how to fully engage all of our students all of the time, whether in-school or online. Join me and other speakers for this leadership event May 17 - 22.”
Andy Hargreaves.

     

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Working in partnership we will:

  • Encourage members to articulate the vision of Catholic Education.
  • Influence on Education Policy Makers.
  • Work with other education bodies to challenge and respond to education issues.
  • Provide professional development opportunities.
  • Communicate/interact with ACSP members.
  • Create links with education bodies.