It is with a great deal of disappointment that we have made the decision to postpone the 2020 On Butterfly Wings Conference.

We are working feverishly frantically to keep this amazing line up of workshops and speakers.

Watch this space for regular updates.

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Jackie French

Author, Ecologist, Historian, Dyslexic, Honourary Wombat!

Jackie's story is amazing and she is coming to OBWC to share her ideas around sustainability and creativity in the young people in our lives.

Bec West

OBW royalty!

Bec is an education powerhouse. Whether it is leading her llamas or inspiring her team, Bec always has engaging info to share. Her Talkin' Chalk videos have so far amassed over 650 000 views!

Alice Vigors

Back for the third time, Alice's workshops on Visible Thinking are always highly regarded. Here to give us additional insights, we can't wait!

Aaron Johnston

Our flexible learning expert.

Aaron is back again this year with another exciting and interactive workshop.

Thurs 9th - Fri 10th July 2020

Hilton Sydney

$299 per day

Register now for the 3rd annual On Butterfly Wings Conference and join this amazing group of educators for two days of inspiration.

During the conference you will gain immediately implementable strategies that you will take back to your classroom that will help create even more magic in your teaching.

We have limited space and word is getting around that this is the not to be missed Professional Learning event of the year. Buy your tickets before they sell out!

Is OBWC for me?

The On Butterfly Wings Conference caters to educators at every stage of their career - whether you are just starting out in this exciting profession or have been in the classroom for decades.

At OBWC we celebrate:

Pre-Service Teachers

Gain amazing insights that text books just can't teach you and get a jump start on your career by connecting with supportive mentors.

Early Career Teachers

Learn from educators who have been where you are right now. Benefit from tried and tested strategies that are currently being used in classrooms across Australia.

Experienced Educators

No matter how long you have been in the classroom, you still need a spark now and then to ignite the passion that creates pedagogical magic. At OBWC, you'll find a vibrant community of inspiring educators.

See what last year's participants are saying:

Awesomeness. I have loved every second, and have learned so much!
Kylie Youkhana

Had a great couple of days and loved networking with all these amazing teachers.
Julie Glanville

OBWC ~ Reasons why one needs to attend! Held in school holidays, location is pretty neat, awesome company with like minded teachers, networking, met some amazing teachers, workshops that you can take back to your classrooms and apply, workshops based upon what teachers WANT! Workshop presenters are real teachers, assistant principals, they know the struggles, they know the joys of classroom teaching.
Kerrie Sewell

Loved every minute. Already gearing up for 2020!!!😁😁😁

I just want to say a huge thank you to all of you who put this conference together. It is my first year teaching in a primary setting and I am so glad that this conference came up and I decided to attend. I come from an early childhood background and my transition to primary has been gradual. The sessions I attended provided me with so many ideas and new knowledge. The chance to network with other primary school teachers was so beneficial as well. It’s great to see so many professionals willing to share and give so much time to the participants. This would have to be one of the best and most valuable conferences I have ever attended and let’s just say I have been to so many over the time. What a great community the butterfly wings is. I will definitely be back next year and hope to have so many more ideas come my way be attending different sessions next year. It will only aid me in becoming a better teacher and enhance my skills and knowledge. Thank you so much for an amazing two days that I will cherish. #OBWC πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹πŸ¦‹
Mel Jones

I have so many new ideas on how to best help my 5 dyslexic and dyspraxic students

Shelb Anne

What's all the fuss about?