Paper PlaneMarch 01, 2018
When you’ve been at the same school for a long time, things get comfortable. All the kids know you, most of them have had siblings taught by you, their parents know you, you are part of the scenery.
There's nothing casual about teachingMarch 01, 2018
Standards-based remuneration and pre-2004 teachers; Temporary engagement notices; Accreditation and maintenance
Your workplace contactsMarch 01, 2018
Teaching in a small country community comes with its challenges but mainly rewards for Donna McLaughlan, Fed Rep at Canowindra Public School.
Association Spotlight: Canterbury BankstownMarch 01, 2018
We’re a very supportive and welcoming Association. We have a good cross section of representation from primary, secondary, IEC and SSP settings and members have said they consider our meetings productive, efficient and interesting.
Film ReviewsFebruary 28, 2018
This editions film reviews include: Sweet Country, Lady Bird and Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool.
Book ReviewsFebruary 28, 2018
This editions book reviews include: A is for Australian Animals: a fantastic tour, Educational Reform and Environmental Concern and Swan Lake.
Theatre ReviewFebruary 27, 2018
To stand or not to stand. That is the question. A standing ovation during a curtain call is generally considered the ultimate accolade to a show and its cast.
Richest schools get orchestra pits while Turnbull leaves public schools under-resourcedFebruary 25, 2018