Term 4, Week 8

First Lego League

Congratulations to the First Lego League team for winning the 2020 Regional Champion’s Award! The team will now compete against other regional champions on 12 December at Curtin University. Good Luck to our champs!

 

Uniting WA Christmas Appeal

Read-a-Thon

Well done for raising $2363.90 for the Picnic on The Green!

 

Cards that Count

Well done for raising $1000 for Uniting WA!

Presentation Night

Picnic on The Green

Wednesday 9 December

1.00pm to 3.00pm

Parents must be in attendance with their children

City of Wanneroo Youth Forum on Climate Change

Holiday Hijinx

The hardest part of the school holidays can be finding something for the kids to do. Ward off the constant ‘I’m bored!’ declarations and make screen time more productive at Fire Tech’s STEM workshops this January.

Kids can brush up on their tech talents at a range of workshops including Junior Adventures in Augmented Reality, Creating for YouTube, Making Games with ROBLOX, Video Game Design, Lego Stop-Motion Animation and Digital Music.

There are courses to suit children aged between 9-17 and the cost rivals that of vacation care, all while the kids walk away with a new skill.

Sign up for the SUMMER SPECIAL with workshops starting from $99 a day and running from 10am-4pm between January 11 and 15 at the School’s Duncraig Campus.

Find out more and make a booking at firetechcamp.com.au.

Farewell Letter

Dear Parents

It is with mixed emotions I write to you to let you know I will be moving on to teach at Mercy College next year. Changing schools every four to six years is something I have done for the last three decades of my career as I believe change affords opportunities to learn, grow and serve others. Having taught at St Stephen’s School for the past six years, I feel it is time to embark on another educational adventure.

Teaching at St Stephen’s School has been a truly amazing experience. The people power here is wonderful and I have never taught in another school which has offered this much support for their students. The caliber of staff, quality of teaching and teamwork, sensational productions and specialist opportunities here are fantastic.

While I am excited about commencing in a new school, I am also very emotional about leaving St Stephen’s. Staff here have become much loved friends, the children are embedded in my heart, and the support from parents has been greatly appreciated throughout my six years here. I will miss everything about this community, especially the children.

If I do not get the opportunity to say farewell in person, please know how grateful I am for your positive words and the opportunity to teach your children. They have been such a delightful part of my journey.

Wishing you all good health, faith, hope and love.

May the Force be with you!

Warmest regards

Sandra Corcoran

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