St Stephen’s School is hosting the City of Joondalup’s exciting launch of author Judy Nunn’s latest novel, Khaki Town. Inspired by a true wartime story, Khaki Town is a breathtaking historical novel set in Queensland during World War II. Book a ticket to join Judy in the St Stephen’s School Theatre this Wednesday evening:

If you would like to know more about hiring the St Stephen’s School Theatre, visit our website:


City of Joondalup Councillor John Logan visited the Duncraig Campus this week. While he was here he dropped off a bunch of the ‘Slow Down’ bin stickers for our St Stephen’s families. Feel free to grab one from your school reception area and place on the right side of your red bin to display the reminder to Slow Down and Consider Our Kids each week.


A small group of St Stephen’s School students and staff joined Hon. Albert Jacob JP, City of Joondalup Mayor for the 2018 Mayoral Prayer Breakfast last week. Guests heard a Keynote Address from The Salvation Army’s Captain Scott Norman and were inspired to become ambassadors of change in our local community.

Students pictured below:

Kyna Schrick (Year 9)

Joel Bullard (Year 9)

Harrison Snow 6D

Beth Crooks 6LK


City of Joondalup’s Centenary of Armistice Day Art Program

THIS year’s Remembrance Day marks the centenary of Armistice – when the First World War came to an end on November 11, 1918.

The City of Joondalup has been working with local artists and school students to commemorate this significant historical occasion.

Artists Daniela Dlugocz, Denise Brown and Paula Hart recently held a series of workshops with students from local schools to produce a series of canvases that depict themes from World War 1 and Remembrance Day including the iconic poppy fields.

The schools involved were Warwick Senior High and St Stephen’s Schools, Kinross College and Craigie Heights, Bambara and St Luke’s Catholic primary schools.

Students and parents are invited to attend the ceremony on 11 November where there will be a free sausage sizzle for all attendees after the service.

Safety Around Schools


A reminder from the City of Joondalup.

Vehicles which park contrary to parking signage around schools are a major hazard and impact on the safety of children, pedestrians and other road users in these areas. It is imperative that drivers are aware of, and park in accordance with, the parking conditions which apply near schools.

9836 Rangers_School Parking Brochure_DL-21m59w7