IEU Speaks on Respect For School Staff

Your union is awaiting a statement from the Premier about the situation in WA. Here there may be a stronger case for staff who aren’t vulnerable being present at school, with appropriate safeguards. The actual and gradual return to school physically of students has and will vary from state to state/territory. Your comments and feedback […]

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 […]

Member Focus: Simon Martin

A significant portion of our union membership are student teachers. Student teachers are the future of our education system and our union; both as future educational leaders and advocates of the profession and workplace rights. Union membership provides student teachers with access to exceptional professional learning opportunities, and expert industrial advice and support as they […]

Member Focus: Meet Jan Cox

From teaching at all levels to Rising Star, we’re happy to announce that Jan Cox is now the Professional Learning Coordinator for the IEUA WA Branch! Splitting her time between her role as Inclusive Education Coordinator at Bold Park Community School and her new position at the IEUA WA Branch, Jan brings a wealth of […]

Member Focus: Meet Maxine Brahim

Maxine Brahim outside her office at Aranmore Catholic College 2019 Member Focus Series We’re kicking off our 2019 series with Maxine Brahim, recognising 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages and the wonderful work she does in her role as Coordinator of the Aboriginal Student Support Unit at Aranmore Catholic College. Born in Port […]