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AISSA Bulletin No. 7: 20 October 2021

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AISSA Bulletin No. 7: 20 October 2021

 

Vaccinations for Education Staff

During the school holidays (24 September to 11 October), anyone who works at a school, preschool, or children’s centre who hasn’t yet been able to book a COVID-19 vaccination, will have walk-in access at select SA Health run vaccination clinics.

Staff who haven’t had a first dose can receive a vaccination without an appointment at the following clinics:

Staff taking up this opportunity should bring evidence of employment from the education site at which they work. Evidence can include staff identification, a letter from the school/ preschool confirming their employment, a payslip or similar.

Walk-in spots are limited, so staff are asked to please be patient. It is recommended to go as early in the day as possible.

Due to logistical issues, SA Health are unable to offer walk-in access at regional clinics. However, staff can book an appointment at any COVID-19 vaccination clinic, at a GP clinic or pharmacy. Appointments are regularly added.

The Women and Children’s Hospital and Enfield clinics have appointments available now for next week onwards.

Further information on vaccination appointments is available on the SA Health website.

AISSA Bulletin No. 6: 1 September 2021

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AISSA Bulletin No. 6:  1 September 2021

AISSA Bulletin No. 5: 4 August 2021

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AISSA Bulletin No. 5:  4 August 2021

AISSA Bulletin: Special Edition – State Government Budget 2021-22

Please read the following briefing on the State Government Budget 2021-22.

AISSA Bulletin: Special Edition – State Government Budget 2021-22

AISSA Bulletin No. 4: 9 June 2021

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AISSA Bulletin No. 4:  9 June 2021

Aboriginal Immersion Program East Arnhem Land: 8-14 August 2021

The program is designed to provide educators with a unique experience of living on Country with the Yolngu people who live on the pristine coastland of remote East Arnhem Land.  This immersive program contributes to providing the Yolngu people with an economically sustainable way of maintaining their culture.

This program is designed to provide school leaders, boarding house supervisors, curriculum coordinators and educators in ELC and school settings with deeper intercultural understanding that they can share with their students and school communities. Schools are welcome to include a small number of secondary students. The all-inclusive cost per person is $5,150. A deposit of $750 is required by 28 May 2021 and the final payment by 28 June 2021. The booking form, itinerary and additional information are available on the AISSA website or by contacting Monica Williams (ph 8179 1417).

AISSA Bulletin No 3: 5 May 2021

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AISSA Bulletin No 3:  5 May 2021

AISSA Bulletin No 2: 10 March 2021

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AISSA Bulletin No 2:  10 March 2021

AISSA Bulletin No 1: 3 February 2021

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AISSA Bulletin No 1:  3 February 2021