The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA) occurs on the third Friday in March each year. The NDA is an opportunity for students, teachers, parents and the whole community to take a stand together against bullying and violence. This annual day provides a focus for schools who want to say, ‘Bullying. No Way!’ and to strengthen their everyday messages that bullying and violence at school are not okay at any time.
St Stephen’s School Duncraig is a registered NDA school.
On Friday, our School and House Captains will wear ribbons to recognising our commitment to assisting students in recognising and responding to bullying.
#BullyingNoWay #TakeaStandTogether #NDA2019
Deputy Head of Sec (Care), Secondary Leadership
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.
Recently some Year 7 students went on an excursion to show them how perilous the life of a homeless person can be.
Immersion programs are unique learning experiences that encourage active citizenship via an experiential learning model. The learning is so profound that it aids students in understanding what it means to be part of the human community mindful of the journey of others, especially the most vulnerable.
The excursion started at Greenwood train station and took them to Wellington Square. There guide for the day was Darren.
Below is a short video made by the students.
Tickets for this year’s Parent Symposium are selling fast so be sure to get yours before it’s too late!