The Bulletin 4 May 2020 Term 2 - Issue 1

Monday, 4 May, 2020

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
May 14 2020
  • Administration

COVID-19 Q&A - AISWA and Lavan | Thursday, 7 May, at 11.00 am

We are holding a Schools and COVID-19, Q&A with Valerie Gould, Michael Jensen, and Ian Curlewis on Thursday, 7 May, at 11.00 am. 
Principals, senior staff and members of school leadership teams are invited to participate by clicking the link below.

Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

Meeting Agenda
 - Update from Valerie 
 - Award changes
 - Update on stand-downs
 - Staff not prepared to return to work due to COVID-19 fears
 - Underlying health problems
 - Children with underlying health problems
 - Other reasons
 - Schools Duty of Care for students learning from home (e.g. experiments and leaving home to collect items as part of their school work and projects)

Please forward any questions you wish to have addressed on the day to: by 12 noon, Wednesday, 6 May.

Trimester 2 for Sheridan College's Master of Education 

Trimester 2 for Sheridan College's Master of Education begins on 25th May 2020. Units being delivered include:

  • Cognitive Science in Education (Juhani Tuovinen)
  • Leading School Improvement (Mathilda Joubert)
  • To apply, contact the Registrar, Mr Glen Davies at or call (08) 6222 4222.
    For more information please click Here

Talented Young Writers' Programme

Talented Young Writers Programme delivered Online at Reduced Fees in Term 2, 2020.
Now available to all schools across WA. For more information, please click Here
To register online please click Here

Day for Daniel 2020 | Promoting Child Safety for Australian Schools 

The 16th annual Day for Daniel will be held on Friday. 30 October 2020 and endeavours to raise awareness of child safety, protection and harm prevention. Day for Daniel is about educating children through child safety and protection initiatives and helping empower our children to ‘Recognise, React and Report’ if they feel something is not right.
For information, please click Here 

Women & Leadership Australia (WLA): Scholarships of up to $5,000 for current and aspiring female leaders

Through the Industry Partnership Framework, WLA works alongside Australian industry to create deeper awareness and action around gender equity. Widespread industry support enables WLA to reduce barriers for participation in its online programs through fee discounts, partial scholarships and interest-free study loans. Increasing the representation of female leadership within school education is a high priority focus in 2020, particularly at the senior level of schools and learning institutions, and particularly within the context of the challenges brought about by COVID-19.
Scholarships of $1,000 to $5,000 are currently available to women working in school education to help support their participation in a range of online career building leadership development programs.
For more information ad to register your interest please click Here