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2019 Conference and 60th Anniversary Dinner

Tasmanian Catholic Schools Parents Council 60th Anniversary Conference and Dinner 2019

The council will hold its annual conference and AGM on Saturday 14th September 2019 at St Patrick’s College Croagh Patrick Campus in Launceston with an evening dinner to follow at Kings Bridge Bar and Restaurant.

Please see the following flyer if you are interested in attending the conference or the evening dinner, or both!

Meeting Dates 2019

29th Jan - Executive Teleconference 7:00pm

26th Feb - Executive Teleconference 7:00pm

27th Apr - Executive Face to Face Meeting, Cambell Town 10:00am - 3:00pm

18th June - Executive Teleconference 7:00pm

22nd June - TCSPC Face to Face Meeting, Campbell Town 10:00am - 3:00pm

27th Aug - Executive Teleconference 7:00pm

14th Sept - TCSPC Conference and AGM, Launceston 10:00am - 3:00pm

 

New President

The TCSPC has a new President; Dr Perpetua (Pep) Turner, announced at the 2018 Annual General Meeting and Conference that was held at St Paul's Catholic School 20th October 2018.

Nominations for TCEC Standing Committees 2019

The Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission (TCEC) is now calling for nominations for the four new TCEC Standing Committees being established for 2019.

Nominations are due in to the TCEC Executive Secretary by the close of business on Friday, 26 October 2018.

Follow the link for Nomination Information https://tascathed.schoolzineplus.com/_file/media/144/tcec%20call%20for%2...

TCSPC AGM and Conference 2018

20th October 2018, St Paul's Catholic School, Paice Street, Bridgewater 7030

NAPLAN - Real benefits versus negative consequences

Hear Robert Randall, CEO of ACARA and John Mula, Executive Director of Catholic Eduation in Tasmania, speak on NAPLAN and what it means for your child

10:00am - 4:30pm, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea provided

RSVP : executiveofficer@catholicparentstas.com.au

Catholic Education Employers Declare an ‘Impasse’ to Industrial Negotiations

Representatives of Tasmanian Catholic Education Employers today met with the Independent Education Union (IEU) in Hobart to discuss ongoing claims relating to employment conditions for Catholic School employees.

Despite re-visiting a number of issues with the IEU in good faith, satisfactory agreement was unable to be negotiated in relation to the issues surrounding school support staff, pastoral care, and redundancy pay.

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