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Welcome

to the Auckland Primary Principals’ Association – the APPA.

We have been the collective voice for primary and intermediate school principals in the Greater Auckland Region – from Mercer in the south to Wellsford in the north – for close to 120 years.

The APPA is a strong professional organisation that has a history of service, advocacy and representation of principals’ interests in addressing the needs of primary and intermediate school education in New Zealand. In particular, being the largest local principals’ association in New Zealand, we are a strong lobby and support group that has influence at both the local and national levels.

The ARA Music competition has been postponed until further notice.

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News from APPA

Council Meeting

Thanks to the Executive for their work during the COVID-19. Recognition from the Ministry of Education for the work of all principals during the last three months. Executive met with the Ministry

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APPA Council Meeting

The APPA room at Kohia Teachers Centre

This will be our first face to face meeting since term one. We are looking forward to reconnecting.

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Rehu Tai

Rehu Tai 2020 is going ahead and finals are planned for early Term 4!

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President's Post

We hope this newsletter finds you reflecting on a week of serving your community. As you look back, what gave you the most staisfaction? What did this tell you about yourself and how are you going

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"Sending our Aroha to Australia Primary Schools" - Bushfire Appeal

Thanks to the more than fifty schools who took part in this fundraising initiative on the 14 February. We've managed to raise in excess of $25 915 to send to Australia this week.

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APPA / PCT Project 2020 - 11 grants available.

The Auckland Primary Principals’ Association and the Ministry of Education currently administer the 2020 PCT Project (previously known as the Auckland Beginning Teacher Project) to boost the

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Standing Together

We have lead our schools and communities through another week! Again, thank you for being the leaders your school community needed in these challenging times. This newsletter comes a little

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New Look APPA Communication

As you can see the APPA is using the Schoolzine platform to make communication a little easier. We are also in the process of moving the APPA website over to Schoolzine. This will take a few more

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NZPF Road Trip

As Level 1 approaches there is opportunity to meet in large groups again! Perry Rush, NZPF President, is doing a road show throughout the country. We would love to see lots of our members in

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