FILM FRENZY

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)

COMMUNITY CAMPOUT

Although the evening temperature dropped below zero, the sun was shining and smiles were all around as more than 200 people enjoyed the inaugural Community Campout at The Kaadadjan Centre over the weekend. Families enjoyed quality time playing games, using the sports equipment, cooking damper over the fire, making their own Aboriginal-inspired artwork and mining for choc chips with Alcoa. There were lots of laughs around the campfires and the children enjoyed an outdoor movie under the stars. What a wonderful time!

The Kaadadjan Centre will soon open for private bookings for our families, staff and alumni. Keep and eye out for more information.

SPRING HAS SPRUNG

Spring is well and truly here and The Kaadadjan Centre is in bloom. Join us this weekend for the Community Campout in Dwellingup for fun family activities, a night under the stars and be surrounded by the beauty of the great outdoors. A few family spots have opened up.

Book your free spot at https://www.trybooking.com/BBPVG.

Bookings close at 5pm tomorrow!

TEE-OFF

Fancy a game of golf?

Join us for a day on the green at Joondalup Golf Course this November. Enjoy 9-holes of networking before winding down with some food and drinks on a Friday afternoon.

Simply join our Business Directory (whether you own a business or not) at https://businessnetwork.ststephens.wa.edu.au/ and book your ticket(s) here:https://www.trybooking.com/BDXBO

Celebrating 35 Years at St Stephen’s School

Join us as we celebrate 35 Years!

 

St Stephen’s School invites you to an afternoon of family fun as we celebrate 35 years of quality education. 

Play games with your family, grab something to eat and drink, browse through the archives and reminisce with old friends, alumni, staff and families.

Anyone who is part of the St Stephen’s School community – past, present and future – are welcome to celebrate with us. Feel free to extend the invitation to friends and families in our community.

 

Trybooking

GIVING IS THE GREATEST ACT OF GRACE

St Stephen’s School’s Service Learning program spread its wings even further this week with the launch of the brand-new Joondalup Food Cart service – a St Stephen’s initiative in partnership with Lakeside Joondalup, Rotary and for the benefit of UnitingCare West. The cart will be manned by volunteers, including our staff and students, to pick up unsold food from cafes and food outlets at Lakeside Joondalup to go to those in need through UnitingCare West Merriwa. Congrats to all involved! If you have always wanted to volunteer but don’t know where to start, visit our new-look Volunteers website where our Volunteers team can match you with a giving opportunity to suit your needs.

See more at volunteer.ststephens.wa.edu.au.

ECO FRIENDLY

Eager to make a difference in the local community, T1 Homeroom recently rolled up their sleeves to clean up the sand dunes at Hillarys. Participating in Keep Australia Beautiful WA‘s Adopt-a-Spot program, students ‘adopted’ an area in their local community they frequently visit to keep it clean. The group also visited the Department of Fisheries to learn about how plastics enter the ecosystem and the consequences faced by the fish in our coastal region.