It’s hard to believe that our School was once a small collection of buildings surrounded by lots of sand! Throughout this year, we’ll bring you highlights from the archives as we celebrate 35 years of quality education. Take a look back and experience the excitement and anticipation of the very first day at St Stephen’s School.
There’s less than a week to go until Duncraig Secondary’s production of A Midsummer Nights Dream kicks off. Join us as the extraordinary production runs for two nights only!
Tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/BAWAK
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.
Duncraig Secondary rounded off the swimming season yesterday with an impressive performance at the A Division ACC Swimming Carnival! Placing sixth overall as a School, Crystal Edwards (Year 10) broke three ACC records and was the Individual Age Champion for Under 16 Girls, while Tom Anderson (Year 9) took out the Individual Age Champion for Under 15 Boys. Ella Popham (Year 7), Oliver Bridgman (Year 8) and Glenda Morgan (Year 12) also placed in the Top Four for their age groups. Congratulations to all our swimmers!
As CAS finishes up this term we have 2 teams in the GRAND FINAL! Both games are Wednesday of week 9 from 4pm-5pm. It would be great to see you there and I know the students appreciate the support.
Year 7/8 boys cricket is home against Prendiville – this will be down on Hamer oval so bring a chair!
The Year 9 girls Basketball is away at Prendiville – feel welcome to travel to Prendiville to support the team.
|Year 9 GIRLS Basketball|
|Coaches: Mrs Cunninghame, Mrs Stevens, Ashleigh Watene & Hannah Vawser|
|Year 7/8 BOYS Cricket|
|Coach: Mr Lickfold|
|Ellis Aitchison (8)|
|Cohen Chandler (8)|
|Sam Collie (8)|
|Braden Gostlow (8)|
|Morgan Ineson (8)|
|Ryan Langford (8)|
|Will McCullough (8)|
|Gage Thorp (8)|
|Bradley Varkevisser (8)|
|Will Carey (7)|
|Ryan Jassal (7)|
|Darcy Moore (7)|
|Ben Jones (7)|
|Austyn Smith (7)|
|Oliver Bridgeman (8)|
|Will Holden (8)|
|Hayden Windsor (8)|
Thank you and look forward to seeing you there!
Sports Coordinator/Teacher – Health and Physical Education
April EXAM PREPARATION & REVISION PROGAMS
Tuition for all students Year 7 to 12
The April School Holiday Program offers students comprehensive subject revision and prepares students for their First Semester Exams.
Course will be conducted at:
(Monday 15 April to Thursday 18 April)
Christ Church Grammar School
(Tuesday 23 April to Friday 26 April)
Hale School and Mindarie Senior College
*Discount of 20% per subject for Christ Church Grammar and Hale School Programs*
For further information contact Dr. Robert Hallam at Master Mind Australia on 9486 1377
Or visit www.mastermindaustralia.com.au
Year 11 students joined Artist in Residence Rohin Kickett, a Noongar artist from the Ballardong region for a 2 hour workshop at Midland Junction Arts Centre on Wednesday 20th March 2019. Rohin’s artworks are inspired by his family stories of strength and survival, along with his own personal experiences growing up in Perth. Born within 50km of where his family first made contact with settlers, his connection to the Ballardong region runs deep within his family.
Students were asked to considered their own identity and connection to place, they produced abstract representational paintings inspired by the Rohin’s working techniques and processes seen in his studio.
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Before jetting off to South Africa for the Service Tour in a few weeks, Year 10 students from Carramar and Duncraig stopped by Bunnings Joondalup to sharpen their DIY skills! Students were trained in using power tools, painting, gluing and sealing, making concrete, laying bricks and rendering. These skills will help students when they take part in building projects at JJ Haven Orphanage.
Following a successful pilot program in 2017, St Stephen’s School was lucky enough to participate in WA Charity Direct‘s School Program again in 2018. Selected Year 8 Carramar and Duncraig students chose the Saba Rose Button Foundation as worthy recipients of a $25,000 donation from WA Charity Direct. Read more about this heart-warming project in the Joondalup Times.