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Titans Visit to Celebrate National Literacy and Numeracy Week
National Literacy and Numeracy Week is an annual event run by the Australian Government to highlight the importance of literacy and numeracy skills for all children.
The week aims to recognise the achievements of students and the work of teachers, parents and members of the community who support young people to develop stronger literacy and numeracy skills. To mark this important week, the students in the Foundations Programme were very lucky to have two Junior Titans players, Sam Gee and Matt Beddow, come to read with them.Read more »
Consolidations Musical The Magic Photo Album
The Goda Firkins Auditorium was the venue for this year's Consolidations Musical "The Magic Photo Album "
The audience were entertained with a great show full of fantastic musical numbers, colourful sets and costumes and a story of cyber time travel. It was a great team effort from students , teachers , staff and parents to create a wonderful evening. Well Done Everybody.Read more »
Wearable Art Show
Wearable Architecture is the third annual Art and Applied Technology Department, Wearable Art Show at Saint Stephen’s College.
This creative event is a collaborative project between the Visual Art, Graphics and Media students. This year, the students have been given a design brief based on architecture elements, hence the name for the 2013 event “Wearable Architecture”.Read more »
Barefoot in the Park
As a celebration for Under 8s Week, all students in Years 1, 2 and 3 participated in our annual Barefoot in the Park activity morning. It was a beautiful day filled with sunshine, blue skies and lots of happy faces!
The fabulous Foundations teachers organised so many terrific activities for the children to enjoy. These included face painting, cardboard crowns, fridge magnets, sensory feely boxes, book magnets, icing biscuits, hairdressing, fairy bread, pet stones, sweet rockets, bubble blowing, dress ups and many, many more!Read more »
Junior School End of Term One
The Easter Hat Parade & Grandparents & Special Friends Day
The Easter Hat Parade finished in the Multi-Purpose Hall where Prep to Year 3 students (and their teachers) show off their millinery creations. The parade moved through the campus in order to give other students an opportunity to admire them, and arrived in the Multi-Purpose Hall on time at 9.00am where the excited students were greeted by equally excited parents Grandparents and Special Friends Day. By the time you read this we would have hosted the biggest number of visitors we have for any one event. All of us look forward to welcoming grandparents and special friends, some of whom have travelled from interstate and overseas to be with us. Most of these visitors only make it to Saint Stephen’s once a year and they are always amazed by the latest facilities. I thank them on behalf of the entire College for their interest in our development and their support of our students.Read more »