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The setting for the gathering is the very picturesque city of Queenstown NZ

"Whitiwhiti Korero" is Maori for "Conversation".

Event: The Inaugural CaSPA / NZ Catholic Principals' initiative

Dates:  July 8-11, 2017.

Time:      Opening Ceremony 4pm July 8th

               Closing Ceremony Midday July 11th

Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel Queenstown (NZ)

Online registrations are now open

Step 1

Download and read the Conference Brochure so you can select the Workshops you would prefer to attend

Step 2

Register online using this link:

Korero 2017 Online Registration

or QR Code:

Step 3

Make your Payment

Delegates are requested to make payment to their local Associations [NZ to NAPCSS; Australia to CaSPA] using direct credit. 

The cost is $400 in your local currency [the slightly higher cost to CaSPA principals will cover forex and other charges.] It is essential that you identify your payment by including your SURNAME and INITIAL e.g.  Smith. J  in the  Description section of the Direct Credit details. 

Once payment is made your online registration can then be processed.  You will receive confirmation of payment and details of your allotted workshops once Registrations close in early May 2017.

NZ Delegates: 

Conference Registration - $400NZD
[if applicable, Partner tickets to Hospitality - $50 NZD per function]

BSB - A/C Number: 02-0536-0359695-00                 A/C Name: NAPCSS

Australian Delegates: 

Conference Registration - $400AUD

[if applicable, Partner tickets to Hospitality - $50 AUD per function]Amount to be paid

BSB - A/C Number: 062-786-25808                 A/C Name: CASPA


Early Brid Registrations close April 30, 2017

Program at a Glance

 

SATURDAY

8th July 2017

SUNDAY

9th July 2017

MONDAY

10th July 2017

TUESDAY

11th July 2017

 

Theme:

Special Character

Teaching & Learning

Pastoral

0830-0845

 

Prayer & Housekeeping

Prayer & Housekeeping

Prayer & Housekeeping

0845-1000

Caspa Board Meeting

 

Workshops 1 A-C

Workshops 4 A-C

Workshops 7 A-C

1000-1030

Morning Tea

Morning Tea

Morning Tea

1030-1145

Workshops 2 A-C

Workshops 5 A-C

Workshops 8 A-C

1145-1300

Workshops 3 A-C

Workshops 6 A-C

Closing Liturgy

1300

Registration

Lunch

Lunch

Departure

1345-1600

Aust Principals dialogue with CaSPA Board  on current issues

Free Time Others

 

 

Free Time All

 

NAPCSS Meeting  NZ

Free Time Others

 

1600-1630

Powhiri

[Welcome]

 

Free Time All

1700-1800

Mass

1800-1930

Welcome Reception

Cocktail Party

1930-

Groups make own Dinner Arrangements

Concurrent Workshop Topics [Australian lead; NZ lead].

For your convenience when Registering online, you may wish to mark in the far column your preferences for each session: 1 for 1st Option; 2 for 2nd Option.

Date

Time

Code

Title

Pref

Sun 9 Jul

8.45

1A

Catholic Social Teachings in the Curriculum.

 

1B

Building capacity of leaders beyond our leadership team.

 

1C

Sustaining a school's Catholic culture in a secular world.

 

10.30

2A

Charism based Graduate Certificate Units

 

2B

The joy of the Gospel, as seen/experienced in our Catholic Schools

 

2C

Youth Leadership in Catholic Schools - engaging the Parish

 

11.45

3A

What makes a charism student friendly?

 

3B

Manawa Mission (PB4L iteration )

 

3C

SPIRE to inspire - the journey towards connecting staff and student wellbeing to learning

 

Mon 10 Jul

8.45

4A

Addressing the needs of diverse learners

 

4B

Combining Sustainability and Hospitality Services - from Garden to Plate 

 

4C

Community of Learning Building collaboration

 

10.30

5A

Fostering a culture of contemporary teaching excellence

 

5B

Change Leadership: Lessons learnt on our journey of change

 

5C

Leading a Catholic school in those first few years of principalship

 

11.45

6A

Mentoring of Beginning and Early Career Teachers

 

6B

Effective Use of Data in Continuous Whole School Improvement

 

6C

Learning's through Maori achievement

 

Tue 11

Jul

8.45

7A

The Future is Now - leadership journey working with disengaged youth

 

7B

Leading Strategically - Building an Innovative and Enterprising Culture

 

7C

Achieving Positive Outcomes for Pasifika Students

 

10.30

8A

Leaders With a Life

 

8B

Restorative Practices The Liston College Journey

 

8C

Culturally responsive schools

 

KEY INFORMATION

Conference Venue

Crowne Plaza Queenstown

93 Beach Street, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand 

Phone: +64-3-4410095   Email: crowneplaza.queenstown@ihg.com

Accommodation

Delegates are invited to book their own accommodation.  There are some rooms at the Conference venue that have been made available at a special rate.  Please use the code: NAPCSS when booking. Queenstown has a broad range of accommodation available nearby to the conference venue.

Hospitality

There are two social functions planned as part of the conference and are included in the registration fee for delegates partners and other visitors are welcome to attend and can purchase tickets [$50 for each function] when you register online:

·Saturday 8 July          6.00pm   7.30pm             Welcome Reception

· Monday 10 July          6.00pm   7.30pm             Cocktail Party

 

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