Stories and People is the place where we can record the highly impressive history of the NSWSPC. It’s also the place where everyone can share their own memories and stories of their teaching career – from those interesting little teaching anecdotes that we always seem to share over a lunch or dinner with friends to those much broader (and probably far more significant) stories of our first years in teaching, our time in specific places or our reflections on past times and events.
In addition, we also offer the Principal’s Speech Repository where current and past principals have contributed copies of speeches they have given on various occasions.
Finally, this section seeks to recognise some of those many principals who have done so much for Public Education and for students, staff, parents and communities over so many years.
This section has the following sub-sections (to access a section please click on it):
- History of the NSWSPC
- Stories from the past
- NSWSPC ‘chicken soup’ anecdotes
- The principals’ speech repository
- Honours and awards
- Personal news re current and past members
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Invitation to contribute
The website team is keen to receive written contributions and gather information and advice from its current and past members on the topics listed above.
If you’d like to make a contribution to this section of the website please click here