Paul Litherland from Surf Online Safe will be attending St Stephen’s School Duncraig to conduct a parent presentation on the subject of cyber safety. Paul is Perth’s most sought after Internet Awareness presenter and as a former WA Police Officer, can offer some great knowledge and experience to help parents better understand the risks of the online world.

Tickets are available via: Trybooking


Join us as we celebrate a wonderful school year, as well as our 35th anniversary, at our 2019 Presentation Evenings. Secure your tickets through the links below.

Duncraig Primary, Monday 9 December, 6.45pm:
Duncraig Secondary, Tuesday 10 December, 6.45pm:


Reflect on a year of hard work, dedication and community at this year’s Presentation Evenings. Tickets are now live – be sure to get in quick. – Duncraig Secondary – Carramar Secondary – Duncraig Primary – Carramar Primary

WordFlyers Parent Information Evening


WordFlyers Parent Information Evening

19th February

Duncraig Theatre


WordFlyers is an online literacy learning platform for students in Years 7-10. It has been designed to develop grammar, reading, comprehension, punctuation, vocabulary and writing skills in an engaging online environment. As you know, a subscription to WordFlyers was included in the booklist requirements for English in 2018. The WordFlyers Parent Information Evening will be an opportunity for parents to hear from a representative from Blake Education about what this online learning platform can offer both students and parents. Rachel King will demonstrate the functionality of WordFlyers and how it can enhance student learning, both in English and across the curriculum. Her presentation will last approximately 50 minutes and there will be an opportunity to ask questions afterwards. Howie Jakeway (Head of Learning for English and Languages) will offer a short presentation on how WordFlyers will work alongside existing Programs of Study in Years 7-10 and will also be available to answer any questions. This is an important opportunity to hear about an exciting development in the teaching of English at St Stephen’s School and we look forward to seeing you at this information evening.

Howie Jakeway

Head of Learning Area- English and Languages

First Assembly of 2018

The first assembly of 2018 was held today in the gym. It was also the first assembly that the new Year 7 cohort has attended. The school band was in attendance which is always special.

A school assembly is a gathering of all or part of a secondary school for a variety of purposes, such as celebrating achievements, announcements, raise the roof with  singing, others are so quiet you can hear a pin drop but it is an ideal opportunity to communicate information on a regular basis.

Pictured below is Principal, Mrs. Donella Beare, Head of Secondary, Mr. Bruce Titlestad, and Deputy Head of Secondary, Dr. Liz Criddle.

“Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men.” – Colossians 3:23


Secondary Presentation Night


In our final Presentation Evening for 2017, the St Stephen’s School community recognised the efforts and achievements of our Duncraig Secondary students. Congratulations to all students for their many achievements throughout School life. A full list of award winners can be found on our website:

“For the LORD gives wisdom; from his mouth come knowledge and understanding.” – Proverbs 2:6


Cyber Bulling Presentation

Mr Bennet Andrews, Deputy Head of Care, gave a presentation on Cyber Bullying today in the Community Room.

In an informal gathering Mr Bennet covered a number of issues and advocated creating safe, online environments for children. The presentation was to help parents recognise the signs of cyberbullying and give them the resources to help their children.

 “How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!” – Psalm 133:1