The 2016 PPTA Annual Conference will be held at the Brentwood Hotel, Kemp Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington from Tuesday 27 September to Thursday 29 September 2016.
Annual Conference is the decision making authority of PPTA.
PPTA provides live, web-streamed coverage of all the speeches, debates and decisions of our annual conference.
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Annual conference 2016
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 August 2016 04:33
Annual Conference is being held at the Brentwood Hotel, Kemp Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington. The start and finish times for conference are:
Assemble for Powhiri: 9.45am, Tuesday 27 September 2016
Conference finishes: 4.00pm, Thursday 29 September 2016
Annual Conference Papers
Contact your region if you are interested in attending
Regional Secretaries must notify national office of the names of all delegates and observers as soon as they are known.
Registration forms are available from your regional secretary and can also be downloaded:
Once registration forms are received, travel and accommodation bookings will be made.
Confirmation of registration will be emailed to participants, once the registration form is received and processed. This will also include any travel and accommodation arranged.
Participants are asked to contact national office if they do not receive confirmation of their registration within one week of sending in the registration form.
A pre-conference pack will be emailed to all participants, the week prior to conference.
Papers discussed at the PPTA Annual conference 2015
- Last Updated on Sunday, 17 January 2016 23:25
PPTA’s 2015 Annual conference was held 29 Sept – 1 Oct in Wellington.
These conference papers have been produced by the PPTA Executive to inform debate around a number of secondary education issues. Some of the recommendations in these papers have now changed or been dropped. Please contact us if you want further information.
Pasi Sahlberg - A Finnish lesson on education for all
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Pasi Sahlbergl's presentation to the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA) annual conference on building an education system based on equity, 'less-is-more' and professionalism.