The 2015 PPTA Annual Conference was held at the Brentwood Hotel, Kemp Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington from Tuesday 29 September to Thursday 1 October 2015.
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Papers for discussion at the PPTA Annual conference 2015
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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.
PPTA Annual Conference 2015
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2015 01:40
The New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA) Annual Conference was held at the Brentwood Hotel, Kemp Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington.
Tuesday 29 September 2015 - Thursday 1 October 2015.
Annual Conference speakers (livestream 'archive')
Presentations from speakers to PPTA annual conference 2015
President's address to the 2014 annual conference - Seaworthy in stormy seas
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PPTA President Angela Roberts' address to the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA).
E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā hau e whā. Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa.
Kia Orana, Talofa lava. Taloha Ni, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Ni sa bula vinaka, Malo e lelei.
Greetings to you all on this great Wellington day.
As a teacher of the Arts, it is usual for me to turn to Vincent van Gogh - he once said:
The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.
And that’s us – we can never forget that the political context in which we work is often stormy and dangerous but we have to venture out anyway.
I am going to talk more about the political water later, but I want to start by reflecting on the decisions made at last year's conference and how they have charted our activities over the last year.