Bethany Tour Bunnings BBQ

There will be a sausage sizzle at Bunnings Mindarie on Monday, 2nd March to raise money for the Year 11 Bethany Home Tour to Malaysia. It would be great if any parents or families who are in the area could come and meet those going on the tour and buy a pristine barbequed sausage while they are there to help the cause.

Father’s Day Fund Raising

These Year 11 Students thought of a novel way to fund raise for their Cambodia trip next year by helping out at the Primary School Father’s Day BBQ.

A big thank you to Joy Ford and Primary School team who gave the students the opportunity.

Charles Biddle

Head of Learning Area Science

Bethany Home Fundraising Dinner

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

Fund Raising at Grill’d Hillarys

Alfie Jamieson has a fundraising jar at Grill’d (Hillarys) for the month of February.

He is fundraising for the South Africa Service Tour.

When you order a meal at Grill’d you will be given bottle caps, you can then place the bottle caps into one of three different fundraising jars.

Grill’d Local Matters began in 2011 as a way to give back to the communities. So far they have raised over $4,000,000 for more than 20,000 local community groups across Australia.

The objective is to fill the Alfie jar!

What a smashing idea!

Support South Africa Service Tour

What could be more Australian than heading down to Bunnings for a sausage in a bun! The South Africa Service Tour group will be manning the BBQs at Joondalup Bunnings on Australia Day to raise funds for their upcoming tour so pop by, grab a bun and say Hi!

Maybe it’s time for a new pair of shoes? The Tour group are also holding a ‘Boot Drive’ – collecting pre-loved boots and sneakers to donate to the children of South Africa. If you’re ready to part with your old kicks, keep an eye out for collection details to come.

Finally, Year 10 student Emma Cooke has put together a special night of live music, activities and family fun to raise funds for homeless people and orphaned children in South Africa on February 9. Tickets are $10. Call Lisa on 0437 282 212 or email for more info.


Fundraising efforts are in full swing for the cohort of staff and students attending the 2019 St Stephen’s Global South Africa Tour. The group is looking forward to visiting orphanages and helping disadvantaged children next year. They have organised several fundraising activities and would love your support.

Who doesn’t love a Bunnings sausage sizzle – onions on top or bottom?

Head down to Bunnings Joondalup on Friday, December 7 and Whitfords on Saturday January 5 and 16 to grab a snag and support the South Africa 2019 Tour’s fundraising efforts.

You can also tick getting the car washed off the list of pre-Christmas jobs, with a school-based car wash at Duncraig on Monday, December 3 and at Carramar on Tuesday, December 4.


Indonesia Service Tour – Fundraiser

You can buy tickets from the follow students:

Luke Gomez – C2
Georgia La Motte – C4
Kristin Jones – C4
Rachael Janse van Rensburg – C8

Lachlan Meagher – A2
Lucy Holmes – A3
Aimee Inglis – A6

Emma Hutson -T2
Naomi Skinner – T3
Caleb Bolt – T3
Brooke Skinner – T4
Eliza Wilson – TS5
Maya Rowse – T5

Please email: for more details.




TEAR Read A Thon

Year 7 and 8 students cross campus raised $538.00 for the TEAR Read-a-thon. We were one of only two schools in WA to pilot this Readathon for TEAR Australia. Well done to all the students, staff and parents who were involved in this fundraising initiative. Mrs Legg and a few of our students were interviewed by TEAR to provide feedback. Thank you all for supporting this cause.


WANTED Plant Pots

An excellent group of our Yr 11 student are fundraising for their service learning trip to Cambodia next year. As part of this we are looking for empty plant pots that you may have filling up your back shed. If you want to get rid of them they would be greatly appreciated and accepted by the group. The pots can be left either up at the Science building or Student services.

Thank you in anticipation.

Charles Biddle

Head of Science