Three students will blast off to the USA this October after being accepted into the exclusive Space Camp experience. Head of Science Mr Charles Biddle will accompany Carramar student Year 9 Aaron Popich and Duncraig Year 9s Natasha Anderson and Ben Flanagan on what is sure to be an exciting opportunity!
Date: Monday 17 June
This evening will provide an overview of requirements for WACE Graduation, presentations about elective subjects, and the opportunity to ask questions of Heads of Learning Area. Parents and students are invited to attend.
The 2020 Duncraig Curriculum Handbook is available online, and can be found either in the Parent Portalhttps://portal.ststephens.wa.edu.au/parent-and-student/learning-resources/curriculum-handbook.html, or in School Documents – Parent Information on SEQTA. The Handbook will assist when choosing electives for 2020. The slide presentation from the evening will be uploaded to SEQTA Documents.
Ladies and Gentlemen, charge your engines!
The Year 9s were busy racing empty soft drink cans using static electricity this afternoon as they learnt about induced charges.
We have two teams representing St Stephen’s School Duncraig in CAS Sport Grand Finals this week, and we’d love to see the community supporting our young stars on the sidelines!
This Wednesday from 4 – 5pm:
Year 7/8 Boys Cricket at Hamer Oval, St Stephen’s Duncraig
Year 9 Girls Basketball at Prendiville College
At St Stephen’s Schools, we recognise the importance of each individual student’s personal development. The Rite Journey is a unique educational program designed to support the development of self-aware, responsible, respectful and resilient adults. The year-long program is taught to our Year 9 students where students engage in conversations about who they really are and what type of adult they want to be. The Rite Journey gives students an opportunity to reflect, discuss and develop strategies about their transition to adulthood through conversation, debates, challenges, self-reflection, journal keeping, and service to others.
For more information please go to https://theritejourney.com/
There was a flurry of excitement yesterday as Year 8 and 9 Science students proudly displayed research projects they have been working on for much of the year. It was science communication at its best as parents and friends listened intently while the students explained their chosen research subjects and findings, with topics ranging from Plants under Radiation and electro magnetics to wash and wear makeup and looking beyond the brands.
On Monday October 29 an information evening will be held for parents and students interested in being part of the Lou Morrison Kimberley Tour 2019. The tour is open to current Year 8 and 9 students. The event will be held in the Community Room, beginning at 6:45pm.
On the night you will find out about what happens on the trip, how to apply, what the cost will be and more. We would love to see you there and for you to join us next year!
Miss Palmer and Mr Hotchkin