SAPPA ONLY – Wellbeing and Inclusion Forum

Wellbeing & Inclusion: from Policy to Practice.

The purpose of this joint SAPPA and SASPA forum is to explore the productive relationships between the intention of policies addressing Student Inclusion & Wellbeing and the pragmatics of implementation in primary and secondary school settings. This is a forum that enables “policy owners” and “policy users” to learn from each other about what is working well (and why) and identify where and how improvements can be made to student inclusion & wellbeing in public education. 

Wellbeing & Inclusion Policy and Practice Topics for Exploring:

  • Managing Complexity in the Classroom.
  • Best uses of Funding – Delivering Adjustments.
  • Personalising Learning and the One Plan.

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SAPPA and SASPA welcome you to the Wellbeing & Inclusion Forum.

Principals, plus one leader with wellbeing/inclusion responsibility. Limited to 2 per school to be able to maximise the amount of schools attending.

The National Wine Centre (Exhibition Hall),
Corner of Hackney Rd &, Botanic St, Adelaide SA 5000

Friday 25th June 2021, 8:30am – 3:30pm

$80.00pp – included catering

Wellbeing & Inclusion Forum - SAPPA

Please fill out and submit this form to register for this program. Registration is essential to ensure your place in this program.
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  • Please provide details of any special dietary requirements.
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