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  • Payment for camps

    School camps are great fun -– at least for the students. All students should be able to participate and schools have found it increasing necessarily to have learning support staff assist with camps to allow this to happen.

    21 Oct 2018
  • Role reclassification

    IEU has won a $20,000 a year pay rise for an assistant librarian who was not being paid correctly for her level of responsibility.

    21 Oct 2018
  • Save the date

    The 2019 IEUA NSW/ACT Branch Support Staff Conference is locked in for Friday, 23 August.

    21 Oct 2018
  • Curriculum review

    The curriculum review terms of reference extend from the purpose of school, through to what is it we want students to know, understand and do, to how to organise the structure and design of the curriculum.

    20 Oct 2018
  • Leaders eat last

    In his book, Leaders Eat Last, Simon Sinek discussed the need for people to feel safe and valued in the organisation they work in, Holy Family Primary School Merewether Beach Principal and IEU Principals Sub Branch member Sidonie Coffey writes.

    20 Oct 2018
  • Workload and wellbeing

    As in previous years, the IEU has supported the Teachers Health Fund principals' wellbeing survey and has encouraged the participation of principal members.

    20 Oct 2018
  • Let’s talk

    Codes of conduct for parents and carers, the implementation of Learning Progressions in some dioceses, students with disabilities and the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data…

    20 Oct 2018
  • School staff need protection from discrimination too

    The Independent Education Union of Australia (IEUA) opposes discrimination based on a person’s sexuality.

    18 Oct 2018
  • Book launch: Writing from detention on Manus

    You are invited to attend a union book launch of ‘No friend but the mountain: writing from Manus Prison’ by imprisoned refugee Behrouz Boochani. Organising to #BRINGTHEMHERE

    17 Oct 2018
  • News Release: IEU congratulates the Labor Party re extending preschool access to three year olds

    Leader of the Opposition, Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Education and Development, Amanda Rishworth, said a Shorten Labor Government will introduce a new two year National Preschool and Kindy Program ...

    17 Oct 2018