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Educational leaders create and lead a high-performance, sustainable learning culture.

The Principals' Leadership Agenda 2015 aligns to the State Schools Strategy 2017-2021 Adobe PDF document.

This agenda provides line-of-sight connection between the State School Strategy, through performance review processes to our investment in principals through capability development resources and opportunities.

Foundation Leadership Development Guides and Strategic Leadership Development Guides are available on the Leadership Capability Development section of OnePortal.

The Australian Professional Standard for Principals External Link provides a public statement which sets out what principals are expected to know, understand and do to achieve their work.

Scholarships for principals

The Principal Master of Education (Inclusive Education) Scholarship provides an opportunity for principals to undertake a Master of Education (Inclusive Education) degree at the Queensland University of Technology, commencing Semester 2 2018. The 12 scholarships (valued at $14,600 each) will support payment of course fees, Study and Research Award Scheme (SARAS) leave and Teacher Relief Scheme (TRS) where applicable. Applications close 13 June 2018.


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HOSES Leadership Conference 2016

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In June 2016, around 400 Heads of Special Education Services (HOSES) were brought together by the department for a two-day HOSES Leadership Conference in Brisbane. Watch the video above to hear our HOSES reflect on their experiences at the conference.

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