WA principal burned two schools: court
The state's public schools are being left to choose their own approach for contacting parents in emergencies, rather than following a Victorian approach of mass texts.
Have you ever considered teaching in London? Is London calling you? I’m excited to bring a new weekly column to EducationHQ. It will feature my experiences teaching in London, as a primary school teacher from Melbourne, Australia.
State schools across Victoria will soon be able to send mass text messages to parents in case of emergencies following reports parents were finding out about bomb hoaxes through social media.
Learning English is not easy, particularly for the adult learning it as a second language. Its rules and contradictions make it a pain to learn by rote. Perhaps if the learner learnt the why and how of those rules and contradictions it might make ...
Recently, Victorian newspapers reported about a mother who withdrew her child from a public high school in Victoria which had signed up to the government funded Safe Schools Coalition.
When media students wandered the grounds of St Clare’s College showing off their gaping wounds, facial bruises and limbs scattered with sores that oozed blood, it was probably a bit of a shock for onlookers.
Local employers had only a number of minutes to sweep students off their feet at a ‘speed careering’ event held at Applecross Senior High School in Perth.
Visitors to Willetton Senior High School are treated to some of the best customer service in Western Australia.
Shanthi Antony has achieved much in her 15 years in this country, but probably little more satisfying than her school’s award-winning after-hours learning support program.
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