WORK EXPERIENCE WANTED


St Stephen’s School prides itself on the practical learning opportunities given to our students, regularly working with the wider community to assign work experience placements that help both our students and those hosting them.
Some of our students have shown interest in the below industries;
Tiling, Plumbing, Property Valuation, Media, Electrical, Kitchen/Bathroom Renovations and more.
Our Vocational Education and Careers Departments are putting the call out to our alumni and parent communities to see if word of mouth really works!
Let us know if you, or someone you may know, could be interested in hosting some work experience students. Email cathy.trethowen@ststephens.wa.edu.au.

AWESOME AUTHOR


Author Kate McCaffrey dropped by recently to give Year 10, 11 and 12 students an insight into the world of publishing. Kate is the author of five young adult novels which regularly feature in English studies. Students were left inspired after listening to Kate’s insights into how to construct meaningful and targeted creative compositions.

 

HAVE SUM FUN

On Friday night, Carramar Secondary students represented St Stephen’s School at Have Sum Fun, an Interschool Maths Competition. Students had to work as a team to problem solve and answer as many questions as they could in a certain time limit. While the teams didn’t come away with the win, it’s safe to say they certainly had fun and learned a lot too!

CRICKET CHAMP 


Carramar Cricket Captain Rajit Bose (Year 12) recently solely represented St Stephen’s School in the ACC Cricket Team, after being chosen by WACA selectors to compete. At Friday’s Interschool match, Rajit’s team were victorious after he took an impressive three wickets for his team. Congratulations!

“My favourite thing about cricket is that it’s a team game which I enjoy,” Rajit said.
“There has been many successes I have been able to achieve this year such as being first in the state.”

BALANCING ACT

of this year’s Carramar Elite Athlete Program met up recently, bonding over their love of sport and sharing in their experience of the juggle between training for elite sport while studying. The Elite Athlete Program helps students to balance the demands with flexible timetables, revised assessment deadlines, support and individualised programs to help them succeed.

Wishing our EAP members all the best for the year ahead – we can’t wait to see what you achieve. The Duncraig EAP meet is coming up soon.

Pictured L-R
Brooke Hurst – Hockey
Emily Alexander – Netball
Olivia Binkhorst – Aerobic Gymnastics
Caleb Lampard – Volleyball
Lané Kruger – Swimming
Jaidyn Rodrigues – Lacrosse
Byron Kimber – Swimming
Deacon Paice – Motocross