Last Day Information

Dear Parents

As indicated in the calendar school closes on Wednesday 11 December at 3:20pm. The closing time on the last day of Term 4 has been under discussion for some time and the move to close at 3:20pm (3:10pm Primary 3-6) is in response to various transport obligations including bus routes. Students will attend a House Farewell in P6 on this day.

Darnelle Pretorious

Head of Campus – Duncraig


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)


St Stephen’s School is hosting the City of Joondalup’s exciting launch of author Judy Nunn’s latest novel, Khaki Town. Inspired by a true wartime story, Khaki Town is a breathtaking historical novel set in Queensland during World War II. Book a ticket to join Judy in the St Stephen’s School Theatre this Wednesday evening:

If you would like to know more about hiring the St Stephen’s School Theatre, visit our website:


Join us as we celebrate a wonderful school year, as well as our 35th anniversary, at our 2019 Presentation Evenings. Secure your tickets through the links below.

Duncraig Primary, Monday 9 December, 6.45pm:
Duncraig Secondary, Tuesday 10 December, 6.45pm:


Congratulations to Thomas McIntyre ( Year 8) who has just won a gold medal at the 2019 Philosothon! Thomas made strong contributions in all four philosophical discussions, taking out First Place for Year 8 in Western Australia. The achievement was no easy feat as Thomas came up against some extremely difficult competition from around the state. Well done!


The St Stephen’s School Kaadadjan Centre in Dwellingup is available for enrolled families, staff and alumni to visit and enjoy! The sprawling 100-acre property perfect for camping with plenty of space to play and explore. To book the property for your next camping trip, or for more information, visit the Portal:


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.