I opted to become a member of PFWA from its inception as i felt as a profession we needed an industrial arm. I liked the thought that we would finally have “a chair at the table” when our future was being discussed. The PFWA has given us a voice that enables the Principalship to finally act on our own behalf in an industrial rather than collegiate manner.
It is well organised, strong in representation and will grow to become an organisation that truly represents the needs of the profession as a whole.
Strong competent Leaders means strong schools for our children in our care.
I would encourage all to join as we need in these times to have representation and it is good to know someone has your back.
As a long serving remote country Principal I find that a comforting thought.