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Making movies

​A good movie can provide some welcome relief during lockdown, so how about getting your class to make their own?

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Education department admits dodging protocols for Murwillumbah merger and confirms staff cuts

The planning for a mega-merger of four schools in Murwillumbah had side-stepped the NSW Government’s own protocols for consultation for such a project, documents reveal.

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Support for casual members during pandemic restrictions

The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all of us, but, in many ways, it is those in precarious employment who are the most affected.

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Time-saving resources for remote learning prep

Looking to save some time as you prepare lessons during lockdown? Check out these resources.

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Norfolk Island members lose patience over school’s uncertain future

Members at Norfolk Island Central School plan to take industrial action if their demands related to the future of their workplace are not met quickly.

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Staffing crisis stop-work meetings reach 73

The NSW Government’s failure to address the state-wide school staffing crisis continues into term 3 with teachers at Karabar High School becoming the 73rd to walk off the job this year.

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Higher salaries will attract new teachers, not PR campaigns

Today the Sydney Morning Herald has revealed details of the NSW Government’s submission to the Quality ITE Education Review.

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While some teachers gain priority shots, Federation fights for all

Teachers in lockdown LGAs gain priority vaccination slots – Federation vows to continue efforts to achieve the prioritisation of ALL teachers in the vaccination roll-out.

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Repeated knockbacks fail to deter members from urgent goal

Members in the Macleay Valley are determined their local MP Melinda Pavey meet with them to discuss the effects of the staffing shortage on students and teachers in her electorate, plus her response to the recommendations of the Gallop inquiry.

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Teachers at Karabar High School at Queanbeyan walk off the job over staffing crisis

Teachers Federation members at Karabar High School at Queanbeyan have walked off the job over the negative impact the state-wide teacher shortage is having on their school.

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Consult profession over back-to-school roadmap, President tells COVID inquiry

Federation has condemned the Department of Education’s decision to hire a consultant from KPMG without any experience in school operations or public health to design a back-to-school plan for NSW in the place of consulting with teachers.

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Take a lockdown excursion

Lockdown doesn’t mean you can’t take your students to study a coastal rockpool, look at the lives of child convicts or explore the cultural landscape of Kakadu National Park.

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NSW Teachers Federation Statement On Year 12 Announcement

On the issue of the Government’s revised announcement regarding the face-to-face return of year 12 students

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Staffing crisis sparks walkout at schools in Deniliquin

Teachers Federation members at Deniliquin South Public School, Edward Public School and Deniliquin High School have walked off the job over the impact the state-wide shortage of teachers is having on their school.

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Teachers at Kyogle High walk off the job over staffing crisis

Teachers Federation members at Kyogle High School have walked off the job over the negative impact the state-wide teacher shortage is having on their school.

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NSW Teachers Federation and the Independent Education Union of Australia NSW/ACT on the face-to-face return of Year 12 students

Government and non-government school teachers have today called for a delay in the face-to-face return of Year 12 students.

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Premier on notice over HSC return

Federation has advised members that it will consider all options available to protect the health and safety of teachers, students and our school communities should the Premier fail to heed the evidence and proceed with the announced return to face-to-face teaching of year 12 on 16 August.

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Staffing crisis sparks walkout at Barooga Public School

Teachers Federation members at Barooga Public School on the NSW/Victoria border have walked off the job over the impact the state-wide shortage of teachers is having on their school.

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NSW school staffing crisis hits Woodenbong Central School

Teachers Federation members at Woodenbong Central School in the state’s far north, have walked off the job over the negative impact the state-wide teacher shortage is having on their school.

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HSC return to school plan must reflect health advice

With Covid cases continuing to rise and trending in the wrong direction, today’s political announcement is clearly premature.

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NSW school staffing crisis hits Finley High School

Teachers Federation members at Finley High School have walked off the job over the negative impact the state-wide teacher shortage is having on their school.

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