About SASPA

SASPA is an advocate for public education by:

  • further developing the capacity of principals and their executive teams who are leading the continuous improvement of teaching and learning in secondary schools

  • providing networks for secondary educational practice to be shared and celebrated

  • enhancing the profession (and the system in which the profession works).

SASPA is an incorporated body with an elected Board.  The Board provides strong governance for the Association’s work and direction for its president and other office bearers.

All SASPA members are welcome to join Strategic Directions groups, specially convened working parties and the many professional learning forums our Association offers.

Our Strategic Directions are progressed by standing committees.

  • Curriculum and Pedagogy

    This committee provides leadership and advocacy in those matters pertaining to secondary teaching and learning and the conditions all instructional leaders need for such practices to develop and improve in their schools.

  • Human Resources

    This committee provides leadership and advocacy in those matters pertaining to the recruitment and selection of school staff and the issues of staff profile, deployment and performance development.

  • Professional Learning

    This committee provides leadership and advocacy in those matters pertaining to the professional learning of educational leaders and facilitates a range of professional development events and programs including an Annual Conference.

  • Support Services and Well-Being

    This committee provides leadership and advocacy in those matters pertaining to student, staff and leader well-being.

All SASPA Board Members and SASPA Representatives are bound by the SASPA Code of Conduct.

The SASPA Constitution provides details of the Association’s purpose, powers, objectives, membership, subscriptions, roles, decision-making, elections and annual general meeting procedures.

SASPA Constitution