We are leaders within our schools and work to serve the members of our communities.

CAPA aims to keep you informed about issues relating to education and leadership within the Catholic Education system of Western Australia. We encourage you to attend our annual events for networking and professional learning purposes.

Each year, CAPA provides professional learning opportunities for its members. CAPA encourages member input via surveys and feedback forms as a means of ongoing improvement. Current events are listed here, on the CAPA website. Members are encouraged to check this regularly.

Follow the CAPA Twitter account (@CAPA_WA) for regular updates. We look forward to your active membership.

  • CAPA MEMBER’S DAY: traditionally held in Term 1
  • CAPA CONFERENCE: traditionally held in Term 3
  • CAPA AGM: traditionally held as a breakfast in Term 4

To register for our current Professional Learning Event, click here.



CAPA can provide some financial support for members who need assistance in funding their professional learning. You can read more about our Professional Learning Support Policy here.

In order to request support, members must fill out this form and email it to admin@capawa.asn.au. The item will be listed for discussion at the next executive meeting.


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The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) is an independent statutory authority that will improve the learning of all young Australians through world-class school curriculum, assessment and reporting.

Teacher Registration Board of WA


The TRBWA is the body responsible for the registration of teachers in Western Australia and registers all teachers, from early childhood to Year 12, who teach in a Western Australian educational venue. The TRBWA is also responsible for the accreditation of initial teacher education programmes in WA.

Western Australian Curriculum Online


The Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline is for all students from Kindergarten to Year 10 in Western Australia.

It sets out the curriculum, guiding principles for teaching, learning and assessment and support for teachers in their assessment and reporting of student achievement.

School Curriculum & Standards Authority


The School Curriculum and Standards Authority is an independent statutory authority that is responsible to the Western Australian Minister for Education. It is administered by a board consisting of seven members appointed for their expertise in education and assessment.

Teach Meet WA



TeachMeetWA sessions are open to ALL teachers from all sectors and are FREE. This is a chance for teachers to connect as professionals from all sectors of education in WA to network, share ideas and, learn from each other.

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