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28 FEBRUARY 2014  Photos
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SCHOOL CALENDAR 2014

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Free communication Software for all Principals
1.Go to your App store and download School Notice Board
2. Once installed click the + sign and add SAPA KZN
3. A password is required (it is 1234).

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Siphiwe Mngoma
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Welcome to the South African Principals' Association Kwa Zulu Natal (SAPA KZN ) website. The site contains a myriad of papers, reports of meetings, photographic records and useful resources for principals in South African Schools.

SAPA KZN is growing in leaps and bounds. As the Principals' organisation for principals across Kwa Zulu Natal, its membership continues to grow, with large numbers of membership applications being received annually. SAPA KZN is a member of SAPA (National) and through it the International Confederation of Principals (ICP) and its related Associations from 35 countries across the globe.




 

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THE CPTD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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The South African Council for Educators (SACE) will be implementing the Continuing Professional Teacher Development (CPTD) System from January 2014 onwards. The phased-in implementation process starts with the principals and deputy principals in 2014, followed by the Heads of Departments (in 2015)



 
 
 
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