We witnessed the start of a new tradition thanks to some new cricket wickets! After Mr Herewini kindly provided the stick-on wickets, students and staff gathered to bowl the first ball and kick off a friendly match that looks to become a regular occurrence.
Can you spot any familiar faces at this cheerful reunion? Proving you always remain a part of the St Stephen’s community, past staff recently caught up to reminisce over countless memories gathered throughout the School’s 35 years. If you’re a past staff member and want to connect with any of your fellow colleagues, please get in touch at email@example.com.
12 March 2019
Dear Bethany Family
During the month of March, Pastor Eliezer Peter, seven staff members and two children will be joining St Stephen’s for some Professional Development and a brief holiday from Bethany Home. Whilst here, Pastor Eliezer and his staff would like to hold their annual fundraising dinner and, at the same time catch up with past and present ‘tour’ students and their parents.
Dinner will be prepared by the Bethany staff and a variety of presentations will be delivered.
Bookings and payment can be made using the Trybooking link below, at this time you will be able to purchase your tickets and advise of any dietary requirements you may have.
On behalf of St Stephen’s School and Bethany Home, we look forward to seeing you there.
Mr Brett Roberts
Head of Carramar Campus
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)
Today is R U OK? Day.
As we always remain vigilant of how our students, staff and families are, today staff across both campuses came together to ask the question while raising funds for the ever-important message. Asking the question is a start but we are always more interested in finding out the answer.
Head of Learning Area – English and Languages Mr Howie Jakeway was recently asked to write a piece for the English Teachers Association of WA’s quarterly publication on the use of class blogs. Mr Jakeway’s informative article made it into the digital and printed versions of the ETANotes and has been shared internationally on the Edublogger website.
Read the article here: https://bit.ly/2LcGprY
Dear Parents and Students,
Winter is here and we all know it can be a difficult time for those in our community that are experiencing homelessness or severe financial hardship. Once again St Stephen’s School will be supporting those who find themselves in this predicament.
Commencing Monday, 6th Aug and concluding Friday, 24th Aug we are collecting non-perishable food items to donate to UnitingCare West to distribute to those in need.
It would be greatly appreciated if all students could donate a minimum of one non-perishable food item each. Some examples are:
Pasta and pasta sauce
Secondary students will be directed to bring the items to their Houses, Primary and ELC students to their teachers.
We thank you in advance for your generosity, every little bit helps.
Service Learning Coordinator
Duncraig and Carramar