Year 12 Parent-Teacher Interviews

22 February 2019

Dear Parents and Guardians,

The Student-Parent-Teacher Interviews for Year 12 students will be held on Monday 11 March, commencing at 4.00pm. This is an opportunity for you to discuss your child’s progress with their teachers. Interviews are 10 minutes long and there will be 2 sessions: 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm and 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm. We encourage students to be present to participate in the interview.

The interviews will be held in the Glenda Parkin Learning Centre (Year 7 Building).

Please note if for some reason a teacher is not available on the evening their name will not be listed, and you will receive an email from that teacher to organise an alternative time.

To book your interview time please go to: www.ststephens.wa.edu.au.

Then:

  • Login to the Parent Portal
  • Plan the Term Select Interview Booking
  • Login to EdInfo (Simply select login)
  • Synergetic Management System Select Interview
  • Select Interview timetable
  • Print Timetable

Your user name and password is the same as you use for SEQTA. If you have forgotten your username or password please call the Parent Hotline on:

Tel: 9243 2160

Please note that bookings will close on 8 March at 4pm. If you are unable to book a time slot with a Teacher, please contact the Teacher via email.

We look forward to seeing you at this event.

Kind regards,

Dr Liz Criddle

Deputy Head – Teaching and Learning

Year 11 Parent-Teacher Interviews

22 February 2019

Dear Parents and Guardians,

The Student-Parent-Teacher Interviews for Year 11 students will be held on Monday 18 March, commencing at 4.00pm. This is an opportunity for you to discuss your child’s progress with their teachers. Interviews are 10 minutes long and there will be 2 sessions: 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm and 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm. We encourage students to be present to participate in the interview.

The interviews will be held in the Glenda Parkin Learning Centre (Year 7 Building).

Please note if for some reason a teacher is not available on the evening their name will not be listed, and you will receive an email from that teacher to organise an alternative time.

To book your interview time please go to: www.ststephens.wa.edu.au.

Then:

  • Login to the Parent Portal
  • Plan the Term Select Interview Booking
  • Login to EdInfo (Simply select login)
  • Synergetic Management System Select Interview
  • Select Interview timetable
  • Print Timetable

Your user name and password is the same as you use for SEQTA. If you have forgotten your username or password please call the Parent Hotline on:

Tel: 9243 2160

Please note that bookings will close on 15 March at 4pm. If you are unable to book a time slot with a Teacher, please contact the Teacher via email.

We look forward to seeing you at this event.

Kind regards,

Dr Liz Criddle

Deputy Head – Teaching and Learning

EN ROUTE TO ROTTO

St Stephen’s School will be well represented at the Rottnest Channel Swim this Saturday, with a group of Secondary students and staff ready to take to the water! Our swimmers will be taking part in teams, duos and even a solo crossing.

Good luck everyone!

Carramar: Byron Kimber (Year 12)
Duncraig: Bree Elliott (Year 11, Duo), Amy Harrison (Year 10, Team), Aidan Naughtin (Year 11, Team), Daniel Papasergio (Year 11, Solo) and Chloe Harrison (Year 12, Team)
Staff: Anna Sergeant, Matt Richmond, Laura Manley (Team), Karry Plummer (Team Paddler)

Event Planning

What better way to spend the day than at our Nanga property! We’re planning for a very exciting event at Nanga to celebrate St Stephen’s School’s 35th anniversary later this year. Stay tuned for more info…

 

Year 8 Earth Science Incursion

Recently the Year 8 Science students have been learning about rocks and the rock cycle. As part of these studies, we had a visit from Earth Science Western Australia (ESWA) on Wednesday the 20th of February. The students took part in some hands-on activities and learned about how we identify rocks and why they are important. ESWA’s visit to our school was made possible by funding from their supporters and we would like to thank them for this opportunity for our students.

Nicola Kirby

Human Biology & Science Teacher

 

RAW IMPACT

Over the holidays, Year 12 students and three staff from Carramar and Duncraig volunteered their time on the St Stephen’s Global Cambodia Tour. As a result of their hard work, a Cambodian family who were living in a small unsafe house now has a new home. Read more about the tour in the Joondalup Times.

 

St Stephen’s School students build family home in Cambodia