2017 Annual Conference

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
13 - 15 June

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NSWSPC Calendar

Tue Apr 25, 2017 @08:30 - 03:30pm
Anzac Day
Wed Apr 26, 2017
Term 2 starts
Tue May 09, 2017
Retired Principals' lunch 10am-2 pm
Thu May 25, 2017
Executive Meeting
Fri May 26, 2017
State Assembly
Mon Jun 12, 2017
Executive Meeting 1 pm
Tue Jun 13, 2017
SPC Annual Conference
Wed Jun 14, 2017
SPC Annual Conference
Thu Jun 15, 2017
SPC Annual Conference
Fri Jun 30, 2017
End Term 2
Mon Jul 17, 2017
School Development Day
Tue Jul 18, 2017
Term 3 starts

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Regional and R/G meetings are in the Members area calendar.

2011 Bill Kennedy Medal

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2011 Bill Kennedy Medal awardee Andrew Newman, College Principal, Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College,
being congratulated by Chris Cawsey (NSWSPC President) and 2010 awardee JimMcAlpine.

Citation

The 2011 Bill Kennedy Medal is awarded to Andrew Newman who has given significant service to the NSWSPC over 15 years in leading interest groups, reference groups and project teams. He has also been a state assembly delegate, ASPA observer and delegate and, since June 2007, deputy president of NSWSPC. Andrew has given, in the opinion of the NSWSPC, service of distinction and significant merit, in a manner that has invigorated and supported the principals of NSW government secondary, SSP, central schools and colleges.

He has worked in rural and regional schools; he has been a member of the bureaucracy and a very active member of a number of community organisations. In those roles, he has advocated for the needs of students in rural and regional education, for the most vulnerable students and for equity. This strong commitment to equity and a deep educational expertise underpins his work as a principal and leader of this association.

In recent years Andrew has supported the NSWSPC, the president and deputy presidents in leading significant projects in curriculum and political advocacy. His ability to leverage networks of principals has resulted in additional funding and policy influence for NSWSPC. His ability to work closely with the myriad of organisations and interests trying to influence secondary, academic and vocational curriculum is outstanding and has resulted in changes to benefit students and schools.

He has made the kind of difference that honours the elements of vision, ability, motivation and passion that are the hallmark of the recipients of the Bill Kennedy award.

16 June, 2011.