Year 11 and 12, 2018 Subject Selection Evening



Parents and students will be aware that this evening is to be held on Tuesday 2 May, starting at 6.30pm (Year 10 students) and 7.00pm (Year 11 students). Before attending the evening, you may find it useful to look through the Curriculum Handbook which can be found at:

and the SCSA Information Handbook:


Mr Stephen Kernutt
Careers Advisor

Arts Tour

In the second week of the holidays upper school arts students from Carramar and Duncraig took part in an Arts Tour to Melbourne and Sydney.

Students were lucky enough to take part in various workshops from national institutions, view theatre from internationally recognised companies and view art works from state gallery’s.

The students immersed themselves in art of all disciplines and will take away skills and experiences that will enable them to both further their immediate studies and inspire their careers.

Further information regarding the Year 8 Immunisations – Thursday 18th May

Year 8 Immunisations for Academic Term 3:

The Year 8 immunisation program is conducted at St Stephen’s School by the City of Joondalup Immunisation team (9400 4938).

The next immunisations are as follows and will be given on;

Academic Term 3 – HPV (Gardasil for Human Papilloma Virus) dose 2 and Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis (Adacel)

DATE: Thursday 18th May 2017.

Starting at 0830. Students will be called out in House groups, starting with Timae, then Alethea, then Carana.

Thank you.

Alice Fern and Erica Doody-Burras

School Nurses

9243 2419

ANZAC Day Remembrance Services

Please join us to remember this important day in Australian History.

A commemoration of the landing of Australian and New Zealand forces at Gallipoli on the 25th April 1915.

Duncraig service will be held on Thursday, April 27 at 10.15am in the Secondary Quad.

Carramar dawn service will be held on Friday, April 28 at 7.30am on the green.

Both services will be followed by morning tea.


Educating the whole person

Welcome back for Semester Two! It is wonderful to see everyone returning refreshed after the Easter break.

At St Stephen’s School, we educate the whole person – this encompasses elements of our spiritual, academic, pastoral, emotional and physical being.

I encourage every student at SSS to be their best for themselves and each other. Our relationships between school, family and student is of great importance. The family has a vital role in student development, and we enable this through communication between home and school, with open communication lines, and through keeping parents and carers informed. We welcome the participation of families as we all work together to develop well-rounded students.

One element of educating the whole person is the academic, and there are a number of opportunities coming up this term to support and engage families in the academic life and progress of our students. Parents and carers are invited to take part in our Subject Information Evenings, Parent/Teacher/Student Interviews, Coffee and Conversation mornings, and subject counselling. Information on these has been emailed and is available in SEQTA on the Bulletin and Documents pages. Please access SEQTA on a regular basis to obtain ongoing reporting about the progress of your child. The marks and comments found here form part of our continuous reporting cycle.

I look forward to the opportunities that will arise throughout this term for us to meet up for a chat.

Dr Liz Criddle

Deputy Head of Secondary

ECU Year 11 & 12 Parent Information Evening and Pizza Night

Are you currently in Year 11 or 12 and looking at applying for University? If so then grab your parents and join us for our Year 11 & 12 Parent Information Evening and Pizza Night!

Whether you’re an ATAR or Non-ATAR student, ECU offers pathway options for the courses you wish to study. We’ll explain what these pathway options to ECU are and outline the variety of courses we offer – all the whilst you enjoy the free pizza and refreshments on us!

Where: ECU Joondalup Campus
 Monday 1 May, 6.00pm

You can register your attendance to this event by visiting our Future Student Events page.

Mr Steve Kernutt, Career Advisor