The Leading, Learning & Caring Conference will run from Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 April 2022, with two pre-conference sessions on Sunday 10 April.
More details will be released shortly, so please continue to check in regularly for more information.

Sunday 10 April

 0830-1700   Pre-conference option: Financial Literacy Workshop 
   Open to all conference delegates
 1245-1700   Pre-conference option: Governance 101 Masterclass
   For AHISA Aspirant Members only
 1700-1800  Aspirant Happy Hour 
   For delegates of both pre-conference workshops

Monday 11 April

 0830-1200   Pre-conference option: School Visit Program 
 1200-1300  Lunch
 1300-1330  Conference opening 
 1330-1430  Keynote: Simon Breakspear
 1430-1530  Peer group 1 
 1530-1600  Afternoon tea
 1600-1700  Concurrent workshops #1
 1700-1900  Welcome Reception

Tuesday 12 April

 0830-0900   Multi-faith morning reflection 
 0900-1000  Keynote: Lee Watanabe Crockett
 1000-1030  Morning tea
 1030-1130  Ignite talks
 1130-1200  Peer group 2
 1200-1300  Lunch
 1300-1400  Concurrent workshops #2 
 1400-1500  Keynote: Ian Gilbert
 1500-1530  Afternoon tea
 1530-1630  Concurrent workshops #3
 1630-1730  Happy hour 
 1830  Optional: Hosted dinners

Wednesday 13 April

 0900-1030   Keynote: Michael Bungay Stanier 
 1030-1100  Morning tea
 1100-1200  Concurrent workshops #4 
 1200-1300  Keynote: Kristen Douglas
 1300-1330  Conference close 

Program content and timings are subject to change without notice

Call for presenters

A call for presenters will be conducted in 2021 and opened up to all AHISA members and the staff of members' schools. The call will welcome applications for ignite presentations (10-minute presentations) and workshops (1 hour sessions).
Applications will be reviewed by the conference organising committee.  

Conference Committee

Kerri Batch, Head of Learning, Aitken College
Katrina Brennan, Principal, Shelford
Cathryn Furey, Assistant Principal/Director of Learning, Ruyton Girls' School
Meg Hansen, Principal, Westbourne Grammar
Gina Peele, Director of Student Programs, St Catherine's School
Ross Phillips
, Senior Dean of Learning, Innovation and Research, Strathcona Baptist Girls School
Troy Stanley, Head of Middle School, Camberwell Grammar School