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Year 5 Camp
From Wednesday 1 August to Friday 3 August, Year 5 attended camp at beautiful Lake Ainsworth at scenic Lennox Head.
The students participated in canoeing, snorkelling, rock climbing and archery. The camp provided all Year 5 students and staff with the opportunity to work together and get to know each other in a different environment. Everyone had a fantastic time and enjoyed their sunny time away from the College.Read more »
Welcome to our short stay visitors
Throughout Term Three we will host a number of short-term visitors to experience life at Saint Stephen's College. We look forward to sharing activities with our study tours from Hong Kong and Japan.
We also welcome individual short stay students from Taiwan, Japan and Russia. We hope that you enjoy your time at Saint Stephen's College.Read more »
Year 11 Leadership Camp, Bunya Mountains
The Year 11 Leadership Camp is an opportunity for all students in Year 11 to spend time reflecting on their individual strengths, developing an understanding of different personalities and learning how to work effectively as a leadership team.
The week featured presentations from Graham Hyman, a very experienced speaker who specialises in school leadership, a number of personal development workshops delivered by College teachers, and a celebratory ‘Mock Formal’ dinner on the final night.Read more »
Year 5 Eureka Gold Excursion
On Monday 21 May, the students of Year 5 personally experienced the gold rush of the 1800s at the Eureka Gold Fields in Beenleigh.
The students built tents, fossicked for gold and traded goods for money. Everyone had a memorable time and were very glad to return to the luxuries of the 21st century afterwards!Read more »
Year 8 Camp, Northern New South Wales
Mountain biking, high ropes, raft building and an arduous overnight hike were some of challenges that faced Year 8 on camp to Tyalgum Ridge Retreat, in Northern New South Wales.
Battling the inclement weather, students grasped the opportunity to immerse themselves in outdoor activities, to develop teamwork, trust, resilience, and most importantly, friendships. Staff who attended the camp commented that they were proud of how well our students represented themselves and the College.Read more »