Big Changes at the top of Catholic Education du...

Posted on 2 February 2019
Above: Stephen Elder was one of a significant number of Senior Staff in Catholic Education to ...

Mixed results from study of Digital Technology ...

Posted on 1 February 2019
A national survey by Monash University shows the Australian public is largely supportive of di...

Extravagant projections on cost of Catholic Edu...

Posted on 31 January 2019
Private schools have slammed "glossy marketing campaigns" aimed at parents for inflatin...

Profile: Andy Kuppe[vic]; Leanne Clarke [nsw]; ...

Posted on 26 January 2019
We thank the following colleagues for sharing their profiles with us: ...

Frank Brennan reflects on Religious Freedom Leg...

Posted on 22 January 2019
Those fortunate enough to hear Fr Frank Brennan [pictured above chatting to the protestors at ...

CaSPA Principals assist in study of Father Daug...

Posted on 21 January 2019
On a weekday father-daughter night at a central Victorian school, a teen girl arrives with a live...
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Book Now for our 2019 National Gathering

Korero 2019 will be a wonderful experience featuring presentations by our Principals and Senior Leaders for their peers.  Don't just consider attending - use the opportunity to showcase the great things happening in your school
Go to our Conference 2019 Page

Applications Now Open for our 2019 Equity Scholarship

The CaSPA Board is aware that some communities do not have adequate means to support their principal's Professional Development. With this in mind, CaSPA provides $5000 annually to support these principals.
Click here for Details and Nomination Forms

Meet our Principals via the Profile portal

About CaSPA

Catholic Secondary Principals Australia (CaSPA) is the national peak body for Australian Catholic Secondary School Principals.

CaSPA is a federation of the principals' associations which represent Catholic secondary school principals in all Australian States and Territories.

The objectives of CaSPA are:

  • To contribute to the development of national education policy and practice in Australia;
  • To support improved education outcomes for Australian secondary students including those who are socially, economically or educationally disadvantaged;
  • To support the professional development of principals of Catholic secondary schools and others;
  • To provide training and educational opportunities such as conventions, forums and other meetings.
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