We have a new website! - Visit us at www.ieuwa.org.au

We are very excited to announce that our new IEUA WA Branch website has launched!

Find us now at www.ieuwa.org.au

We are still migrating content from this site, which we will keep active in the transition period. If there is, for example, a past news item you're trying to find, it will still be on this site until we port all content across. For the most up-to-date information, including your school's current agreements, make sure to visit www.ieuwa.org.au.

For the present making your own changes to your membership details will still occur on this site through a page redirect.

Welcome to the Independent Education Union

The Independent Education Union is a registered organisation of employees that works to protect and advance the professional and industrial interests of its Members.

The continuing growth of the Independent Education Union around Australia is a testimony to its success in building a stronger union voice and understanding the issues confronting the private school sector.

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Book week  

Find Your Treasure! CBCA Book Week is 18 - 24 August 2018

Win a set of CBCA Book Week Shortlisted Books! This year's books are a wonderful collection of stories and picture books for every age group. If your entry is chosen, you get a set of books in one of the shortlist categories...


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2018 World Teachers' Day Awards

The IEUA WA Branch is thrilled to be sponsoring the 2018 World Teachers' Day Awards. In addition to sponsoring the Awards, General Secretary of the IEUA WA Branch, Angela Briant, is on the judging panel for the second year in a row.

 Hattie John AITSL  

New AITSL Board: Another missed opportunity

The Independent Education Union of Australia (IEUA) is disappointed that the Federal Education Minister has again chosen to overlook teachers and their unions by again failing to put expert educators from the teacher unions on the Board of AITSL.

6240        Minimum wage increase another hard-won step towards fairness

The announcement today of an increase to the minimum wage of 3.5% or $24.32 per week, is a step in the right direction but will still leave some full-time workers struggling.
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Missed Opportunities, Misplaced Priorities - IEUA Responds to the 2018 Federal Budget

The 2018 Budget, while offering a number of small but important benefits to families and students particularly in rural areas, has largely failed to grasp the opportunity from an improved economic situation to build for a better Australia...

gonski2.0   IEU Speaks on Gonski: Growth Though Achievement Report

The recently released Gonski:Through Growth to Achievement report reflects the aspirations of every member of the Independent Education Union of Australia (IEUA) to ensure the development of well-rounded, academically capable, resilient and society-ready students.


IEU Speaks on Closing the Gap 2018

As the 10th anniversary of Closing the Gap approaches, only three of the seven national targets is on track and four will expire in 2018.It is time to do better. It is time for a different approach.


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