COVID-19 Update: Knowing your rights at work

Information about the spread of COVID-19 is as rampant as the virus itself. Please refer to reliable sources such as the Department of Health website – it is there that you will find the most up-to-date measures for the prevention of the virus as well as statistics on its spread. In addition to the potential […]

IEU Speaks: International Women’s Day: 8 March 2020 #generationequality

Members of the IEUA WA Branch Executive holding signs in support of IWD2020 On International Women’s Day, IEU members are called to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, and campaign for Gender Equality. International Women’s Day is time to reflect on progress and to call for change. It’s important to celebrate the courage and determination of the […]

Novel Coronavirus Update

There is a lot of concern about the Novel Coronavirus. In an effort to give concerned citizens a central repository for the latest information, the State Ministers for Education and Health in conjunction with Catholic and Independent schools are directing all parties to the  WA Department of Health website: https://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Articles/A_E/Coronavirus The peak agency with responsibility […]

2019 CBCA Book Week Competition Entries

All you have to do to enter our Annual IEUA WA Branch CBCA Book Week Competition is email your Book Week pics by Wednesday 28 August to communications@ieuwa.org.au  For more information about prizes, click here Thank you to the following schools for sending in their entries! St Andrew’s Grammar, DianellaA lovely involvement of students in […]

School Strike 4 Climate – 15 March 2019

The School Strike 4 Climate movement was inspired by the actions of Greta Thunberg, a Swedish political activist seeking to stop global warming and climate change. In August 2018, she became a prominent figure for starting the first school strike for climate, outside the Swedish parliament building. The Strike, on Friday 15 March, followed an earlier event in […]