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Queensland Catholic school staff strike tomorrow

Over 4000 Independent Education Union - Queensland and Northern Territory (IEU-QNT) 3 mins read

Over 4000 Independent Education Union – Queensland and Northern Territory (IEU-QNT) members across 106 Queensland Catholic schools are taking strike action tomorrow (Wednesday, 23 August) for one (1) hour between 10am until 11am.

 

IEU-QNT Branch Secretary Terry Burke said employees had no choice but to take strike action.

 

“Queensland Catholic school employers have failed to take the steps needed to protect working and learning conditions in their schools,” Mr Burke said.

 

“We have a workload crisis in our schools that needs to be addressed.

 

“Meanwhile, support staff in Queensland Catholic schools are still paid outdated and unfair wage rates.

 

“There are some significant challenges facing Queensland Catholic schools which have major impacts on staff and students.

 

“Our members are taking this action to raise the alarm that things need to change – it’s time the employers heard our voice,” Mr Burke said.

 

Full list of the 106 schools where IEU-QNT members are striking tomorrow (Wednesday, 23 August):

  • Albert Park Flexible Learning Centre, Brisbane
  • All Hallows' School, Brisbane
  • Burdekin Catholic High School, Ayr
  • Carmel College, Thornlands
  • Catherine McAuley College, West Mackay
  • Chanel College, Gladstone
  • Chisholm Catholic College, Cornubia
  • Columba Catholic College, Charters Towers
  • Deception Bay Flexible Learning Centre, Deception Bay
  • Emmaus College, North Rockhampton
  • Gilroy Santa Maria College, Ingham
  • Good Counsel College, Innisfail
  • Gympie Flexible Learning Centre, Gympie
  • Holy Spirit College, Mount Pleasant
  • Holy Spirit School, Bray Park
  • Ignatius Park College, Cranbrook
  • Inala Flexible Learning Centre, Inala
  • Iona College, Wynnum West
  • Lourdes Hill College, Hawthorne
  • Marist College Ashgrove, Ashgrove
  • Mary Immaculate Primary School, Annerley
  • Mary Mackillop College, Nundah
  • Marymount College, Burleigh Heads
  • Mater Dei School, Ashgrove West
  • McAuley College, Beaudesert
  • Mother Of Good Counsel School, Cairns North
  • Mount Alvernia College, Kedron
  • Mt Maria College - Mitchelton Campus, Mitchelton
  • Mt St Michael's College, Ashgrove
  • Newman Catholic College, Smithfield
  • Noosa Flexible Learning Centre, Sunshine Beach
  • Our Lady Of Lourdes Primary School, Toowoomba
  • Our Lady's College, Annerley
  • Our Lady's School, Longreach
  • Rockhampton Flexible Learning Centre, The Range
  • Ryan Catholic College, Kirwan
  • San Damiano College, Yarrabilba
  • Seton College, Mt Gravatt East
  • Sophia College, Plainland
  • St Ambrose's Primary School, Newmarket
  • St Andrew's Catholic College Redlynch Valley, Redlynch
  • St Andrew's Catholic School, Ferny Grove
  • St Anne's Catholic Primary School, Sarina
  • St Anthony's Catholic College, Deeragun
  • St Anthony's School, Toowoomba
  • St Anthony's School, Kedron
  • St Augustine's Parish Primary School, Currumbin Waters
  • St Augustine's School, Mossman
  • St Bernardine's School, Regents Park
  • St Bernard's School, Upper Mt Gravatt
  • St Brigid's Catholic Primary School, Emerald
  • St Colman's Catholic School, Home Hill
  • St Columban's College, Caboolture
  • St Edmund's College, Woodend
  • St Edward The Confessor School, Daisy Hill
  • St Elizabeth’s School, Tarragindi
  • St Flannan's School, Zillmere North
  • St Francis Catholic Primary School, Tannum Sands
  • St Francis De Sales School, Clifton
  • St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School, Mackay West
  • St Francis Xavier's School, Manunda
  • St Ignatius School, Toowong
  • St James College, Brisbane
  • St John Bosco Catholic School, Collinsville
  • St John Vianney's Primary School, Manly
  • St John's School, Silkwood
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Barcaldine
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Bracken Ridge
  • St Joseph's College, Toowoomba
  • St Joseph's Nudgee College, Boondall
  • St Joseph's School, Parramatta Park
  • St Joseph's School, Cloncurry
  • St Joseph's School, Mount Isa
  • St Joseph's School, Chinchilla
  • St Joseph's School, North Ward
  • St Laurence's College, South Brisbane
  • St Mary's Catholic College, Woree
  • St Mary's College, Toowoomba
  • St Mary's College, Ipswich
  • St Mary's College, Maryborough
  • St Mary's School, Bowen
  • St Mary's School, Warwick
  • St Michael's School, Gordonvale
  • St Monica's College, Cairns
  • St Monica's School, Oakey
  • St Patrick's College, Shorncliffe
  • St Patrick's College, Townsville
  • St Patrick's College, Mackay
  • St Patrick's School, Allora
  • St Patrick's School, Winton
  • St Peter's Catholic Primary School, Caboolture
  • St Pius X School, Salisbury
  • St Rita's Primary School, Victoria Point
  • St Rita's School, Babinda
  • St Saviour's College, Toowoomba
  • St Saviour's Primary School, Toowoomba
  • St Stephen's Catholic College, Mareeba
  • St Therese's Catholic Primary School, Monto
  • St Therese's School, Bentley Park
  • St Thomas More Catholic Primary School, Sunshine Beach
  • St Thomas More College, Sunnybank
  • St Thomas More's Primary School, Toowoomba
  • St Ursula's College, Toowoomba
  • Stuartholme School, Toowong
  • The Centre Education Programme, Kingston
  • Unity College, Caloundra West
  • St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School, Mackay West
  • St Patrick's College, Mackay


ENDS


About us:

The Independent Education Union – Queensland and Northern Territory (IEU-QNT) represents more than 17,000 teachers, school support staff, principals, early childhood education and VET and RTO employees across Queensland and the Northern Territory. www.ieuqnt.org.au


Contact details:

Laura Wise, IEU-QNT Communications Manager: lwise@ieuqnt.org.au / 0419 653 131

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