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Tuesday, May 14 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Leading Learning and Belief in Complex Schools

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The work of Principals is no more challenging than leading diverse and complex schools.  Unique and innovative programs can transform outcomes for children facing significant disadvantage and develop a strong belief in the ability of all students to be successful. Our co-presenters will share real experiences from their schools and facilitate a panel discussion on the things principals do that make a difference.

Our pitch:

Schools around the world share many common challenges and develop new and innovative solutions. These case studies from three diverse Queensland schools will provide insights into the role of instructional leadership in building strong teams focussed on delivering outcomes for students.


Rebecca Hack

Rebecca is the Queensland Teachers' Union's Professional Development Officer. She has a long history as a primary school principal in the provincial city of Rockhampton, Queensland.
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Kendall Seccombe

Primary School Principal, Millchester State School
Kendall is the principal of a small primary school in regional Queensland and has a history of instructional leadership in other similar schools. She is currently Principal of Millchester State School, a regional primary school of 186 students in Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia... Read More →
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Anne Rathmell

Anne is the Principal of Chinchilla State High School in south-west of Queensland and has a long history of leadership in regional schools. Anne is also a senior rank-and-file leader in the Queensland Teachers' Union.

Tuesday May 14, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm MDT
Champlain Room