Today a group of Year 10 Students from St Stephen’s were fortunate enough to spend the day chatting with top researchers from UWA about their careers and opportunities in the Sciences. Hearing so many stories from young science researchers creating new knowledge and understanding for the human race is an inspiration to us all.
The students were amazed at the incredible variety of science fields that are available and that these are open to students that have a passion to make a difference in the world and that the years ahead are in fact a very exciting and interesting time. And our young people will be at the forefront of this.
Head of Learning Area Science
Three students will blast off to the USA this October after being accepted into the exclusive Space Camp experience. Head of Science Mr Charles Biddle will accompany Carramar student Year 9 Aaron Popich and Duncraig Year 9s Natasha Anderson and Ben Flanagan on what is sure to be an exciting opportunity!
Rachel Phillips (Year 8) is currently performing in APAN Entertainment’s production of The Wizard of Oz at the Regal Theatre! Having grown up with a passion for performing, Rachel is singing, dancing and acting as a munchkin in the production. All the best Rachel!
“I’m super excited, not really nervous because this is what I do, this is what I love,” Rachel said.
Alethea, Carana and Timae went head-to-head on Tuesday as Duncraig Secondary students celebrated their House Athletics Carnival. Students were commended for their teamwork and willingness to participate to score as many points for their House as possible. Congratulations to the winning House… Timae!
Are you getting excited for St Stephen’s School’s production of the Wizard of Oz? Get a sneak peek into the wonderful world of Oz when some of the stars of the show appear on 89.7FM this Wednesday around 2.45pm! If you haven’t already, book your tickets to the production via Trybooking before it sells out!