Theatre ReviewJune 05, 2018
This edition of Theatre reviews contains Gypsy directed by Richard Carroll as well as Jonathan Pie who performed at the Enmore Theatre during this years Sydney Comedy Festival.
Retired Teachers Association newsJune 04, 2018
At the May meeting, the RTA condemned the Turnbull Government’s budget. The ABC now faces an $84 million cut to its funding over the next three years and it seems that analysis of federal policies and expenditure on the broadcaster’s side is met with a large financial stick.
News from the Retired Teachers AssociationMay 18, 2018
The Combined Retired Union Members Association is seeking clarification from Unions NSW about the State Government’s decision to penalise union officials and unions for engaging in industrial action.
Your say: From little things, a union will growMay 16, 2018
This year I made the move to Timor-Leste to work in one of the several remote districts. My school has about 600 students from kindergarten to year 12 and I teach the national English curriculum. English, along with Tetun, Portuguese, and Bahasa Indonesian are mandatory subjects in high school. Portuguese and Tetun are taught from primary school.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k - ReviewMay 15, 2018
Mark Manson has probably confused people, some may have even walked away from this book, by the use of his F-Bomb in the title.
Category: Women in Education
RBG Documentary ReviewMay 15, 2018
RBG outlines the history US Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Born to Russian Jewish immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York, Bader Ginsburg faced enormous sexism studying law at Cornell, Harvard and Columbia and later trying to gain employment in the law.
Category: Women in Education
Association Spotlight: Camden-CampbelltownMay 15, 2018
Our Association is home to the Tharawal people, bordered by the Gandangara to the south and Muringong to the north of the Nepean River.
Your Workplace ContactsMay 14, 2018
The resolution of a dispute at Narraweena Public School on the northern beaches inspired Federation Representative Pierre-Yves Dejean to coin a new union catchcry: “Divided we beg, united we bargain!”
Paper planeMay 11, 2018
My new school likes to celebrate birthdays. Since starting there, I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve gathered in the staff room to sing happy birthday and eat piles of food generously brought in by colleagues. It’s safe to say that life is good. Who doesn’t love a morning tea?
Book ReviewsMay 11, 2018
This edition of book reviews includes The Tree by Neal Layton, The Pobblebonk Earth Detective Club, Going Wild by Sue Baker and The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben.
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