These Year 11 Students thought of a novel way to fund raise for their Cambodia trip next year by helping out at the Primary School Father’s Day BBQ.
A big thank you to Joy Ford and Primary School team who gave the students the opportunity.
Head of Learning Area Science
Fundraising efforts are in full swing for the cohort of staff and students attending the 2019 St Stephen’s Global South Africa Tour. The group is looking forward to visiting orphanages and helping disadvantaged children next year. They have organised several fundraising activities and would love your support.
Who doesn’t love a Bunnings sausage sizzle – onions on top or bottom?
Head down to Bunnings Joondalup on Friday, December 7 and Whitfords on Saturday January 5 and 16 to grab a snag and support the South Africa 2019 Tour’s fundraising efforts.
You can also tick getting the car washed off the list of pre-Christmas jobs, with a school-based car wash at Duncraig on Monday, December 3 and at Carramar on Tuesday, December 4.
You can buy tickets from the follow students:
Luke Gomez – C2
Georgia La Motte – C4
Kristin Jones – C4
Rachael Janse van Rensburg – C8
Lachlan Meagher – A2
Lucy Holmes – A3
Aimee Inglis – A6
Emma Hutson -T2
Naomi Skinner – T3
Caleb Bolt – T3
Brooke Skinner – T4
Eliza Wilson – TS5
Maya Rowse – T5
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Tickets are on sale now until Friday November 9.
Tickets can be purchased from the following students or via email email@example.com.
Rachael van Rensberg
Georgia la Motte
Year 7 and 8 students cross campus raised $538.00 for the TEAR Read-a-thon. We were one of only two schools in WA to pilot this Readathon for TEAR Australia. Well done to all the students, staff and parents who were involved in this fundraising initiative. Mrs Legg and a few of our students were interviewed by TEAR to provide feedback. Thank you all for supporting this cause.
An excellent group of our Yr 11 student are fundraising for their service learning trip to Cambodia next year. As part of this we are looking for empty plant pots that you may have filling up your back shed. If you want to get rid of them they would be greatly appreciated and accepted by the group. The pots can be left either up at the Science building or Student services.
Thank you in anticipation.
Head of Science
Shanii Forrest Year 9, has a movie fundraiser with her RITE journey mentor to help raise money for breast cancer. It would be great if the St Stephen’s School Community could help and support this great cause.
Cost – Adults $22, Children Under 15 $18 (includes movie ticket, water and a treat)
Date – 15th June
Time – 6:30pm (don’t be late)
Location – Whitfords, Event Cinemas
On Friday, 23 March the Bethany Home 2018 Tour Team participated in a sausage sizzle fundraiser at Bunnings, Joondalup. The money raised will support the work at Bethany Home for disabled children in Malaysia. The lovely Bethany Home teachers & staff, who are visiting Australia for professional development, came to sample the Aussie hot dogs.
Science & Human Biology Teacher
“Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” – Second Corinthians 9:7