Aquatic classroom brings wave of benefitsDecember 10, 2019
Knowledge and confidence in and around aquatic environments — as well as an increased awareness of risks and dangers in the water — play a lead role in the development of public school students participating in the School Swimming and Water Safety Program.
Program saves children from deep troubleDecember 09, 2019
On a sunny summer’s day at picturesque North Sydney Olympic Pool — with the harbour lapping at the door and the iconic bridge towering overhead — it has to be the best classroom in the world.
Lessons bridge swimming gapDecember 09, 2019
With the summer break approaching, enjoying a swim at the beach, in a river, lake or pool is part of Australian life over the increasingly hot summer holidays
Workplace contactsDecember 09, 2019
Bridget Poon’s experience during the campaign against voluntary student unionism of the mid-2000s whet her appetite for unions and the collective voice.
Chalk one up for teachers on frontDecember 08, 2019
Members of the public education community have reached out to assist those in need during the current bushfire season in a range of ways
If not now, when?December 08, 2019
How can we get action on climate change when the Premier of NSW and other political leaders refuse to talk about it?
Paper PlaneDecember 07, 2019
This time of year is filled with uncertainty. New teachers have been appointed but only the interview panel has met them and colleagues you’ve become close friends with are moving on to other schools.
I’m thinking about retiring. What should I do?December 07, 2019
Before you submit your retirement notification to the Department of Education you should seek personal financial advice from a licensed provider.
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