Information relating directly to the New Zealand Principals’ Federation.

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Te Ariki Scholarship

The Ariki Trust has been established to commemorate the leadership research and development of the late Dr David Stewart. David’s legacy is continued through a memorial scholarship which is offered annually to principals, who are studying leadership.
Te Ariki is now self-funding and administered by Te Ariki Charitable Trust. NZPF and NZEI are the Trustees.

Applications for the 2024 Te Ariki scholarship are now open and close on the 31st July.

To find out more about the David Stewart Memorial Scholarship click here.

Trans-Tasman Conference 2024, Christchurch

Early Bird registration for the Trans-Tasman Conference 2024 in Christchurch is now open, click this link to access the website.

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For Regional Presidents: NZPF MOOT 2024

NZPF Moot 2024
Date: Friday 22 March 2024
Time: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm followed by social hour
Venue: The Lambton Ballroom, The Intercontinental Wellington, 2 Grey Street

More details to follow, if all Regional Presidents could please mark this in their calendar and RSVP before Friday 6 March at then it would be much appreciated.

PASL Subscription Fee Adjustment

At their most recent meeting, the Board of Directors of the Principals Advice and (Legal) Support Scheme (PASL) agreed to a subscription fee increase from $390 to $440 per year, effective 1 January 2024.

The PASL subscription fee has not been increased in the past ten years and the maximum legal support for a single issue has been increased from $25,000 to $30,000 in the past year. The reason for the subscription increase is to cover the increased administration and legal support costs of PASL.

NZ Principal Magazine also Online

You and/or your team members can easily access the NZ Principal Magazines online, as an e-magazine or as a PDF. Additionally you can search for a previous issue, an article by title or by the author of the article. All magazines back to Term 1 2012 are available in this format. To view or search click here.

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