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Important Dates
(refer to newsletter for details)


14th September
P&F Meeting 7-8.30pm


15th September
End of Term 3 Liturgy of the Word
9am in MacKillop Hall
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Last Day of Term 3


2nd October

Queen's Birthday Public Holiday


3rd October

Classes resume for Term 4


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For over 99 years, St Stephen’s has been proudly serving the community of Pittsworth and surrounding areas. We strive to be a community in which gospel values permeate the daily life of the school.  

In 2016 St Stephen’s consists of 132 students, in seven classrooms. All members of our staff quickly get to know all children and families. Our shared vision for the students of St Stephen’s is for each person to be highly literate, numerate, open to and excited by the prospect of learning, healthy, well-rounded individuals who are good citizens.

Specialist programs are Physical Education, LOTE (Indonesian) and Music, including school choir, and private music lessons. All students participate in the social and emotional development program: YOU CAN DO IT.

Parents and community members work within our school classrooms and enjoy interacting with students and staff. Our volunteers gain particular satisfaction and a sense of fulfilment from assisting a child to master something new. Families are encouraged to participate in the School Pastoral Board and the School Parents and Friends and its committees in order to develop and extend the programs the school can offer and its facilities. All parents are welcome to attend Parents and Friends meetings.

                    St Stephen’s – We strive for success.  Celebrate our Spirit.

 

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YEAR 6 CAMP
Last week I visited the year 6 children on camp. The children learnt a lot about working as a team while they were away. They were a credit to themselves, their parents and school with their manners and behavior. All the children put 110% into the camp and I’m sure they slept well on Thursday night when they got home. Over the years I have found school camps foster character building. Children learn that they can achieve more, and are capable of more than they think they know. They also learn a bit of ‘give and take’. How to get on with others in their cabins and to be grateful for the opportunities they are given while on camp.

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