Leadership Seminar

ACHPER (SA) Curriculum Leadership Seminar

Was held Thursday, 15 October 2015

Airport Stadium (Thebarton Oval)

This one day seminar catered for Leaders and those aspiring to Leadership positions in the Health & Physical Education Learning Area. Practical ideas and effective leadership strategies with a focus on the Australian Curriculum and implementing change.

Invited Speakers:

  • Jayne Johnston, Chief Education Officer, Department for Education and Child Development (DECD) - Leading and Managaing Curriculum Change in Schools
  • Pam Kent, South Australian Primary Principals Association (SAPPA) & Peter Mader, South Australian Secondary Principals Association (SASPA) - The leadership spill: It's up to you
    This session will include:
    leadership and management, the politics of curriculum and changes in a school, managing up and managing down, advocacy for HPE in the school and community and strategic approaches to working with leadership in schools

Topics will included:

  • Leading and managing change in your school
  • Auditing your current Health & PE programs - bring along a copy of your current program for discussion and planning for implementation of the Australian Curriculum
  • Issues and solutions - time to discuss ideas, thoughts and strategies
  • A practical session with links to the Australian Curriculum (specific primary and secondary sessions)
  • A group discussion, and time to plan the implications and transition for programming and planning for the Australian Curriculum (specific primary and secondary sessions)

Facilitated by: Rick Baldock, ACHPER (SA) & Carlee Mitchell, St John's Grammar School

Supported by: the Council of Education Associations
of South Australia Inc. (CEASA)


Cancellation Policy: Notice of cancellation received more than 48 hours before the event will incur a standard $40 administration processing fee, any registration fees received in addition to this amount will be refunded. For cancellation notice received less than 48 hours before the event, registration fees unfortunately cannot be refunded.