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AISWA was established in 1962 as a non-profit organisation to support, represent and promote the interests of Independent Schools. AISWA is incorporated under the Industrial Relations Act.
AISWA's constituent members include over one hundred and fifty five Independent Schools including those of two Independent School systems. Its member schools educate over 75,000 students and employ over 5,500 teaching and over 3,500 non-teaching staff.
|AISWA - KAARTDIJIN NOONGAR PROJECT|
This Education resource assists teachers by providing links between Kaartdijin Noongar website and the Australian Curriculum. There are detailed links for History, English and Geography from Pre-Primary to Year 10. Detailed links for Science and Mathematics are under development.
It was produced by South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council in collaboration with the Association of Independent Schools of WA (Inc).
|AISWA REVIEW OF FUNDING PUBLICATIONS|
|School Funding Information|
|Frequently Asked Questions|
|Alta-1 Information Sheet|
|Blue Gum Montessori School Inc Information Sheet|
|Presbyterian Ladies' College Information Sheet|
|REVIEW OF FUNDING SUBMISSIONS|
AISWA Submission - click here to view document
ISCA Submission - http://www.isca.edu.au/
|NCEC Submission - http://www.ncec.catholic.edu.au/|
|AISWA REVIEW OF FUNDING MEDIA STATEMENT - FEB|
|Click here to view AISWA's Media Statement|
|NEW AISWA LANGUAGES WEBSITE|
AISWA now has a brand, spanking new, website for languages learning. Our website’s logo is two speech bubbles. Two or more people talking and listening. What could they be saying? Who is talking? What language(s) are they using? People communicating is the essence of what we are about. We hope this website communicates something to you. That it talks to you too.
Click here to view the AISWA Languages Website