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Week 2, Term 4

16 October 2018


Tomorrow’s ASSEMBLY will be run by the Year 3’s.  Please be seated by 2:50 pm.



Jump Rope for Heart raised plus $6,000….. wow!

Thank you for all your support!


SCHOLASTIC orders are due by 25 October.


LOUD SHIRT/SOCKS DAY raised $418.50.  Thank you once again for your support!



The collection of TOILET ROLLS has now ceased.  Thank you for all your help!



The Year 2s have put together two big prizes (first and second prize) and will be selling raffle tickets to raise money for our farmers to help them buy food to keep the farm animals alive.

Food from the shops comes from farms so we all need to care about this. If we lose our farms we lose a massive food resource which impacts on everyone!

Tickets will be on sale in the Forum on Tuesday and Thursday mornings before school for $2.00 each or three for $5.00. You can also visit the Year 2 classrooms during Day Start to buy a ticket. Please write your name and class on each ticket you buy. Tickets are limited so be quick!





Week 1, Term 4

9 October 2018


Welcome back to Term 4!


There is NO ASSEMBLY tomorrow.



This is a reminder that Loud Shirt & Socks Day will take place in the Primary School at St. Stephen’s on Friday 12 October.

We encourage you to wear your brightest loudest shirt and socks, together with the rest of your normal school uniform.  Please bring along your gold coin donation.



Our Term 4 Extra Curricular activities are now available to view via the link below. Bookings will open on Wednesday 10 October at 6.00 pm.

Please check that your registered contact details are up to date.


CYBER-SAFETY : Year 2 – Year 6 students




Further notices

21 September 2018



This year, Loud Shirt Day will take place in the Primary School at St. Stephen’s on Friday 12 October.  This is Friday of week 1 at the start of Term 4. Once again this day provides us with a fantastic opportunity to get loud and show your support for children with hearing impairment around Australia.

This year we thought we could make it Loud Shirt and Socks day.  We encourage you to wear your brightest loudest shirt and socks, together with the rest of your normal school uniform.  Also, next term, each class will also be making a giant loud shirt to be displayed in the forum.

It’s a great opportunity to wear your brightest loudest shirt and socks and raise money to help give the gift of sound and speech to children with hearing impairment.  Whether you fancy stripes, florals, polka dots or paisley, as long as your shirt and socks have colour and pizzazz, they will be perfect for Loud Shirt Day.  You may even want to make your own!  We would ask each child to make a gold coin donation.  Your donation will help Telethon Speech & Hearing to support children with hearing impairment to be fully included in school. Your support will open doors to better education and employment choices, social integration with the hearing world and will support young hearing impaired people to contribute to their community.

Telethon Speech & Hearing receive only a portion of their funding from state and federal governments, and rely heavily on corporate and community support and fundraising to raise the funds necessary to deliver intensive therapy services to those families that need them.  Thanks for all your support and I hope you all have a great Loud Shirt Day this year.



Our Term 4 Extra Curricular activities are now available to view via the link below. Bookings will open on Wednesday 10 October at 6.00 pm.

Please check that your registered contact details are up to date.





Week 9, Term 3

18 September 2018


With this being the last week of term, we wish everyone a safe, happy, and fun-filled holiday!  Please see below for updates.



Our Athletics Assembly will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) at 2:55pm. We will be announcing Champion Boys and Champion Girls as well as our Interschool Athletics Team.


We are pleased to announce that the Year 6 MARKET DAY raised $1084.75.  The event was a huge success and proceeds will go towards Telethon!



A reminder that Learning Journey will be held straight after school on Wednesday 19 September from 3.30-5.30pm. Parents are welcome to stay after collecting your child(ren) and see what has been happening in the classrooms this term.



Jump Off Day! Friday 21 September – last day of term.

This year’s Jump Rope for Heart program has been a huge success. We are very excited to announce that St Stephen’s Carramar has raised $5670 for the Heart Foundation! We would like to thank the St Stephen’s Carramar Community for their amazing support and generosity in raising money for such a great cause.

Don’t forget, Friday 21 September is Jump Off Day! Students in Pre-Primary to Year 6 will participate in a range of fun skipping games and activities on the Primary Green from 8.55am – 9.35am. Students are welcome to bring their own skipping rope if they wish. We can’t wait to see our students show off their skipping skills!

If you haven’t already signed up for online fundraising, it’s not too late! Fundraising will close at the end of Week 1 in Term 4Students are invited to wear an item of RED clothing on Friday in support of the cause.

Sign up now by visiting:’s_School_-_Tapping_WA_-_132834

Hannah Uglow
Primary Physical Education Teacher (PP – 6)



  • Readathon has run from Tuesday 28 August 2018 and closed on Wednesday 12 September 2018.
  • Please collect your money and make sure that your sheet is filled in.
  • Return your money and Read-a-thon sheets to the Primary Office by tomorrow morning to be eligible for the prize draw.  ***Entries must be in a sealed envelope with the student name and class clearly identified***
  • Prizes will be announced and presented during this week.
  • Thank you for your participation in this worthwhile event.



This term we have accumulated numerous items from swimming goggles to swords. Please check the lost property located this week in the Forum. All items remaining after Friday 21 September will be donated to charity.


Following on from our announcement of the House logo update earlier this year, we are excited to announce the new emblems for each House to wear with pride moving forward. The extensive design process saw students submit their own ideas for the logo update, which were compiled into three final designs that went to a vote among staff and students who selected the winning creations. The updated logos bring consistency across the School and a more modern look for our next generation.





Week 8, Term 3

11 September 2018



Our Athletics Carnival Assembly will take place on Wednesday 12 September.  Please be seated by 2:50pm.



The online canteen has been set up up for Friday 14 September as a special events day. Students and parents will be able to order until  8:00 am on 14 September. Modified menu options for the day will be available with hot food ( pies, sausage rolls etc) or crumbed chicken and salad rolls, with options for gluten free and vegetarian. Parents that don’t use the online canteen may order at the canteen until 14 September.



A reminder that the Primary Athletics Carnival will take place this Friday 14 September.  The carnival commences at 8:40 am and will conclude by 3:20 pm. We are looking forward to a fabulous day!



On Thursday of this week the Year 6 students will be holding a market day. They have put together stalls and will be selling different goods and yummy treats. There will also be games you can play. Prices will range from 50c to $3 and all money will go to Telethon kids. The stalls will be in the Forum at recess, with Pre-Primary and Year 1 students coming out with their teachers just before recess.



As part of the 2018 Tournament of Minds competition, St Stephen’s Carramar Primary -Language Literature Team competed at the State Finals on Sunday at ECU Joondalup. They worked collaboratively for 3 hours without any guidance  to develop a ten minute play that solved a multi-step language based problem which was performed in front of a panel of judges. They demonstrated outstanding team work, persistence and dramatic flair.  They were awarded Primary Runners up for 2018 . Well done on all of your hard work !!!



Our After School Sports Club concluded last Thursday. Thank you to Mrs Crabb and Mrs Burnett for running this fun and very popular club.

The remaining clubs will finish for Term 3 on this Wednesday 12 September. There are no after school activities in the last week of term.



Friendly Competition

After a great season, the WA Christian Schools Soccer League wrapped up the weekend before last, with a closing ceremony at Maida Vale.

Three of the League teams – U6, U8 and U10 – included some of our Carramar primary students who played several friendly matches each Saturday.

They trained every Wednesday after school and loved working together and improving their skills.

The teams did everyone proud, with their enthusiasm and smiling faces shining bright.

The association is run by parents for the school community who will be looking to put some teams together again in 2019.









OSHClub and the Navias family would like to thank everyone who joined us for our cake stall last Thursday. It was a fantastic turn out again and we raised a massive $272.50 exceeding our efforts of last year.  The proceeds will help Linsey with her fund raising for cancer research.

This week we are focusing on a variety of athletics and craft to embrace the school sports carnival. We invite you to drop in during our before or after school sessions to learn more about our inclusive environment at OSHClub. We are in the third transportable next to the school oval.  Book in online at or contact Shelley on 0478 066 366 with any queries.

PP – Year 6 Learning Journey

10 September 2018



A Learning Journey will be held straight after school on Wednesday 19 September from 3.30-5.30pm. Parents are welcome to stay after collecting your child(ren) and see what has been happening in the classrooms this term.

The many adventures of this term will be on display, as well as some hands-on activities for everyone to enjoy!

As always your support will be greatly appreciated!



Week 7, Term 3

5 September 2018


ASSEMBLY this week will run as a “house” assembly and students will be practising their chants/war cries in their houses in various locations!



We are pleased to announce that Niamh Mclennan (4O) was the winner of the Father’s Day hamper!  Well done, Niamh!

The stall was a great success, thank you to our lovely parents who ran this for us this year!  Well done!

We are thrilled to announce that there was a profit of $616.59.



The Year 6 cohort will be hosting a Market Day on Thursday 13 September in the Primary Forum at recess.  Bring along your gold coins – we appreciate your support!



By now we hope that as many students as possible are participating in Readathon 2018!  Have fun reading while fundraising for school!  Prizes to be won!

To download the forms, please see previous blog post and click on the link.  (There are hard copies available in the office too).


Friday 14 September

With this year’s Interhouse Athletics Carnival just around the corner, it is time to inform you of what we have planned. This year, our Carnival will take place on one action-packed day. Friday 14 September will see students in Years 1 to 6 participate in a number of different track, field and novelty event rotations on the School Oval.

We invite you to enjoy a family picnic with us on this day, as your children will be actively involved in events throughout the day. The Canteen Meal Deal will be available to order online by the end of this week, up until the morning of the event.

Please see the table below for approximate timings of events on Friday 14 September.

Please note: Our Kindy and Pre-Primary students will only be involved in morning activities. After the Teddy Bear Relay at 9.30am, they will participate in team games in their own sectioned off area, located near the Cricket nets on the School Oval.

We would love your involvement and assistance in making this day a huge success for our students. If you can assist us on Friday 14 September, please email and indicate when you are available and any Little Athletics experience you have. There will be a formal briefing for parent volunteers on Monday 10 September at 2:45pm.

We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing your children participate in the 2018 Primary Interhouse Athletics Carnival!

Hannah Uglow

Primary Physical Education Teacher (PP-6)



We are very excited to announce that our students have already raised $5034 for the Heart Foundation! But we still need your help…

Did you know that over 70% of children do not meet physical activity recommendations? Join our Jump Rope for Heart program to improve the health, wellbeing and academic performance of your kids while fundraising for an important cause.

Sign up now by visiting:’s_School_-_Tapping_WA_-_132834

We are incredibly grateful for the amazing support and generosity of the St Stephen’s Carramar community.

Happy jumping kids!

Hannah Uglow

Primary Physical Education Teacher (PP-6)


SCHOLASTIC Book orders are due by Wednesday 5 September.



Reminder: There will be an OSHCLUB CAKE STALL this Thursday at recess time in the Primary Forum.

Bring along your gold coin donation to support Lindsey Navias in her participation of the Ride to Conquer Cancer and receive a cup cake and an iced biscuit or popcorn. The OSHClub children are busy preparing for our cake stall so we’d love to see you there.

We also invite you to drop in during our before or after school sessions to learn more about our inclusive environment at OSHClub. We are in to the 3rd transportable next to the school oval, book in online at or contact Shelley on 0478 066 366 with any queries.


Week 6, Term 3

28 August 2018


ASSEMBLY tomorrow will be run by our Year 4 cohort.  Please be seated by 2:50pm.



A reminder that the Father’s Day Stall will be operational in the Primary Forum between 8 -9 am. Tomorrow, Wednesday 29 August, the stall will be open to Year 3 & 4 students, and Thursday 30 August, Year 5 & 6 students are invited to make their purchases.

Kindy students are welcome to buy gifts on either day.



Our Primary Students contributed $550 towards this service learning venture for our school!  Thank you so much for your support!



400m and 800m Distance Running Events

This Thursday 30 August, students in Years 3 to 6 will have the chance to compete for their House in the 800m running event. The following week (Week 7), students in Years 1 to 6 will have the chance to run in the 400m event.

400m races for Years 1 – 3 will take place at Recess time next Thursday September 6 (Week 7).
400m races for Years 4 – 6 will take place at Lunch time on the same day – Thursday September 6 (Week 7).

Please encourage your child to sign up and compete for their House! Every student that participates in an event will receive at least 2 House points. The 400m and 800m events will count towards Champion and Runner Up awards at the Inter-house Athletics Carnival on Friday 14 September (Week 8).

Sign up sheets are located on the Physical Education wall in the Primary Forum!

Week: Event: Year Group: Date: Time:
6 800m 3 – 6 Thursday 30 August Lunch time (12.40pm – 1.10pm)
7 400m 1 – 3 Thursday 6 September Recess time(10.55am– 11.20am)
7 400m 4 – 6 Thursday 6 September Lunch time (12.40pm – 1.10pm)

Please contact Hannah Uglow via email ( if you have any questions.

Thanks!! Hannah


READATHON – Join in the fun!  All students are welcome to participate!

We are excited to announce our Readathon challenge which starts at the close of school today Tuesday 28 August and runs until Wednesday 12 September!

Please click on the link below to download the information and forms required and start reading today!

Readathon Flyer and Forms.docx




Dear Parents and Students,

A new Languages online program called “Languagenut” is available for our students and families to use. Year 2-5 students will be using this program in their French class and I would like to ask Year 5  students to download the App Languagenut Primary onto their devices. Link to Languagenut App.

The program works online or on the App with an individual Username and Password. The information is glued into the students diaries this week. Year 1 and 6 students will also be given a login, as parents or siblings may want to have a look to boost their French vocabulary skills too!

Please contact Madame Carniello for questions about the program or login.

Bien cordialement,

Madame Carniello  (





OSH Club’s Cake Stall in support of Linsey Navias who is taking part in the MACA Ride to Conquer Cancer™ has been rescheduled to take place at recess time on Thursday 6 September in the Primary Forum. Please bring along a gold coin donation and we’ll see you there.

All cakes are egg, nut and dairy free and we have made some gluten free cookies and popcorn for those that cannot eat wheat.

Please contact Shelley on 0478 066 366 with any queries.