Out of this World Incursion

A group of St Stephen’s Carramar students and their families looked to the skies during the annual Space Night event, seeing the surface of the moon through a telescope, the Milky Way and taking a virtual tour through our Solar System. Guided by Scitech staff, who brought along a smaller version of their famous Space Dome, students, their siblings and parents settled in for an interstellar-inspired evening last month. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2LMjAwe



Time to Explore

As we return to School, some of our students are taking a slight detour, travelling on two magnificent St Stephen’s School Tours this week! Year 9 and 10 cross-campus students on the Lou Morrison Kimberley Tour will spend time at Indigenous community schools, learning about the Indigenous culture and language, while running sport events and discos. Meanwhile, Carramar’s Year 9 students are currently exploring our nation’s capital on the Canberra Tour!


Team Work Makes the Dream Work

Our Year 10 students teamed up with Rocky Bay recently to help pack bags for Vincent’s Project for the Homeless, a local charity providing care packages to those facing homelessness. This comes after St Stephen’s School students selected Vincent’s Project as a worthy charity to receive a whopping $16,000 donation from WA Charity Direct. It’s great to see so many like-minded individuals from our community joining forces to support a good cause.