Mr Richard Smith
Head of Consolidations Programme
Phone +61 7 5573 8610
Years 4 to 6
Welcome to Consolidations! The Saint Stephen’s College Consolidations Program encompasses the education and well being of our students in Years 4, 5 and 6.
The teaching team provides supportive, caring and inquiry-based learning environments. Teachers work together to create enriched and inclusive learning experiences that encourage personal success for all students.
Ample opportunities are provided for students to investigate and apply
their knowledge and skills in real life situations.
All students in the Consolidations Program study the core subjects of Mathematics, English, Science and History, as outlined in the Australian Curriculum.
Specialist teachers enhance the core curriculum with lessons in Spanish, Japanese, Physical Education, Music and Art.
Students also enjoy camps, APS Sports, swimming, the College cross country and athletics carnivals plus a wide range of extra-curricular activities.Request a tour »
Junior Public Speaking Competition
On Wednesday the 4th September the Saint Stephen’s College Public Speaking Competition was held.
Ten students from each year level in Years 4 – 7 were selected after presenting a speech to each of their respective classes. The level to which these students spoke was outstanding which made it very difficult to appoint winners.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 »
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 »
Saint Stephen’s College Public Speaking Competition.
Selected students from Years 4 to 7 recently competed in the annual Saint Stephen’s College Public Speaking Competition.
Audiences in all rooms were treated to speeches that were both entertaining and informative. The speeches were to such a high standard, that the adjudicators found it difficult to choose the top five competitors to progress onto next term’s AB Paterson Public Speaking Competition! We wish these students all the best as they compete at the next level.Read more »
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 »