Families and friends gathered for an entertaining evening as our musical Carramar Secondary students hosted last night’s Autumn Music Concert. From classical music to rock and roll, the evening showcased our students’ talents across a range of genres.
St Stephen’s Alumni Zach Tholen has quickly gained confidence as a chef after leaving School to pursue his training at TAFE in 2016. He recently took the time to visit our Carramar Year 11 Hospitality Class to cook his scallop and sweet potato dish, while passing on a few tips and tricks of the trade. Thanks for visiting, Zach!
Hospitality Group Training WA
As we delve into the archives in our 35th year, we reflect on the excitement and anticipation of the first day at the Carramar campus! Does anyone remember the opening of the School in 2001?
Our mathematically minded Carramar Secondary students recently entered the International Mathematical Modeling Challenge for the first time, walking away with a Participation Award for their efforts! Students worked in teams to solve a real world problem, applying a mathematical model to the situation, and were given five days to submit a 10-20 page report. Well done teams!
The Perth School of Ballet is now holding classes at Carramar. Classes are held at the St Stephen’s Carramar Dance Studio every Saturday morning with our Director, Janine Ban. To register your interest or for more info email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Christine on 9203 6175. First class is FREE so come on down for a trial!
Before you pop your bottle tops, straws and other small plastics in the recycle bin, we can use them! Our Carramar Year 10 students will be working with our Pre-Primary cohort on an outdoor mural later this term and need all the colourful plastic bits and pieces they can get their hands on. If you’re able to help, there will be a plastic collection spot in Carramar Reception until June 28.