From the formation of the Launceston Headmaster’s Association in 1958, the evolution of this organisation culminated in the amalgamation of the Tasmanian Primary Principals Association (TPPA) and Tasmanian Secondary Principals Association (TSPA) in 2004. Together they formed the Tasmanian Principals Association.
The Tasmanian Principals Association is an Incorporated Association under the Associations Incorporation Act 1964, with an elected President and State Executive. The responsibility of the State Executive is to provide effective governance and oversight of TPA’s strategic operations, as outlined in its strategic plan.
We have a strong presence in, and links to, the national associations of principals: Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA), Australian Government Primary Principals Association (AGPPA), and Australian Secondary Principals Association (ASPA).
The TPA is at the heart of leadership in public education.
Is to develop and support government school leaders in Tasmania through:
- Professional support
- Professional learning
- Professional advocacy.
- Work/life balance.