The Synthesis Film Festival saw St Stephen’s School dominate when it came to the awards, with our students’ unique talent and skill evident on screen. Congratulations to all our participants!

Primary School category (Years 4-6)
Runner up: Olivia Young from St Stephen’s School for The Fridge Thief

Middle Secondary School category (Years 7-10)
Winner: Stephanie Bryce from St Stephen’s School for Sick and Dying
Runner up: Alyssa Wood from St Stephen’s School for Seen, Heard and Felt

Senior Secondary School category (Years 11-12)
Winner: Ashton Crompton from St Stephen’s School for Retaliation (seen below)

Math Magicians

We have just attended the Australian Mathematics Trust awards where Ethan Abraham (Year 7) received a High Achievers award for being in the top 0.3% in the Australian Maths Competition for his age in WA.

Nick Hodgskin (Year 12) was the WA winner of the inspiring student award for inspiring and supporting his peers in the learning and enjoyment of mathematics.

Congratulations to Nick and Ethan.

Laura Manley

Head of Mathematics

The Australian Mathematics Trust (AMT) is a national not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to enrich the teaching and learning of mathematics and algorithmics for students of all standards.

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


Presentation Evening

Our 2017 Presentation Evening will take place on 5 December from 6:45 pm at the Carramar Sports & Learning Centre.

As well as being able to collect awards and celebrate achievements during the night, Presentation Evening is a chance for students and ex-students to catch up with friends and teachers and celebrate in each other’s successes.


“But blessed is the one who trusts in the LORD, whose confidence is in him.” – Jeremiah 17:7

Celebrating Sporting Achievements

Duncraig celebrated student sports achievements today in the gym.

Principal Donella Beare and guest speaker Brad Ness presented awards, colours and certificates.

The students enjoyed the talk by Paralympic Brad Ness.

Brad was a sports-mad teenager who excelled in swimming, tennis, hurdles and his favourite code, AFL. As a teenager, he worked as a deckhand aboard a high-speed ferry between Rottnest Island and Fremantle, before losing his leg when he was 18.  Australia chose Brad to be the flag bearer for the 2016 Rio Paralympics opening ceremony. Brad made his Paralympic debut at Sydney 2000 as the Rollers missed the medals, but has been part of remarkable success with the team ever since. A silver medal at Athens 2004 was followed by gold in Beijing four years later, with London 2012 bringing about another silver.

Mr Titlestad, Head of Secondary, closed the assembly with a prayer.

Guests, awardees and parents were then invited to the Community Room for a morning tea.