Duncraig’s Year 10 and 11 students shone on stage this week at the 2019 MaDD Night Production in their Drama, Music and Dance performances.
Anthologie recently hosted a group of Year 11 Design School students from St Stephen’s, who attended a morning workshop to learn more about to day-to-day life in a creative agency.
St Stephen’s School has proudly partnered with innovative global STEM education company Fire Tech to host its renowned holiday programs in Perth’s northern suburbs.
Fire Tech takes a STEM+approach to the growing areas of Science, Technologies, Engineering, Arts and Maths, working together with industry to offer an array of holiday tech courses for students.
The Duncraig courses will run in the Primary Village on January 14-16 from 8.30am-4.30pm. More info: http://bit.ly/2O4MMCp
Secondary students from Carramar and Duncraig joined our friends from Rocky Bay at Neil Hawkins Park recently for a barbecue lunch. This has become an annual event leading up to Christmas, but was the students’ first cross-campus barbecue. The group had a great afternoon at one of their last catch-ups for 2019.
Dear Parents & Guardians,
Resource list ordering for 2020 is now open. Please visit our Parent Portal and under the heading ‘Plan the Term’ click ‘Booklists & Textbooks’, or click here and use the code UNZ5 for Duncraig Students.
Students are supplied with a list of essential items which have to be purchased for school. This is handled by Campion Education WA where online ordering is preferred.
St Stephen’s School is conscious of the need to provide an efficient process for families to be able to buy and sell second-hand textbooks and other student resources.
We would like to remind you of the Sustainable School Shop. This website provides parents with the ability to trade second-hand items with other member of the school community and beyond. www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au
The following information is also available on The Parent & Student Portal:
The Sustainable School Shop preferences our school first and then provides access to buy and sell items with families attending other schools – many schools in the area use this service. Access to second-hand textbooks, calculators, stationery, musical equipment, etc is available all year
For the best results:
- Register on the Sustainable School Shop website
- List your items for sale
- List wanted ads for those items you are looking to buy
- The school’s book lists are loaded into the system to make listing ads easy
- The system matches the ads of buyers with sellers and notifies the buyer via email
- Buyers contact sellers and arrange where and when to trade
- Most trading will occur with other parents from the school
- Parents are well supported via Sustainable School Shop’s telephone (0438 743 444) and email help lines
- The system is simple and easy to use – If you don’t have a computer, internet access or an email address, please call the Sustainable School Shop for assistance
- You can pre-arrange the transaction and then trade after the texts are not required.
St Stephen’s School is providing this service to our community; when registering on the Sustainable School Shop you need to nominate the school to receive your free subscription.
A group of our students and staff recently volunteered their time to assemble and plant out garden beds for the local community. Suitably named the ‘Patch of Hope,’ the community garden at Uniting Church Trinity North will provide food for community members, with UnitingCare West‘s Men of Hope leading the project
Secondary’s Interhouse Triathlon saw our young athletes rise to and conquer the challenge. We have also seen students succeed in the WA All Schools Athletics Championships recently, with Remy Rowse (Year 8) placing third in the Under 14 Girls 1500m race, and Nic Holmes (Year 10) placing first in the Under 16 2km Steeplechase and third in the 1500m race. Well done!
It’s not too late to book a free ticket to celebrate 35 Years of St Stephen’s School! With games, food, live music and more, we’re looking forward to honouring our School’s past, present and future. Celebrations kick off at Duncraig this Saturday at 12pm before Carramar enjoys the fun on Saturday 23 November.
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.
Head of Campus – Duncraig