Family days for school’s 35th anniversary

St Stephen’s School Year 3 students Eliana Chang, Wesley Jones and Ella Froster reflect on the school’s beginnings 35 years ago.
St Stephen’s School Year 3 students Eliana Chang, Wesley Jones and Ella Froster reflect on the school’s beginnings 35 years ago.

ST Stephen’s School has this year been celebrating its 35th anniversary with a series of events that will culminate in two family days in November.

The school, which caters from pre-kindy to Year 12, first opened to students in 1984 in Duncraig, with the Carramar campus opening in 2011 and the early learning centre in Padbury, which is considered part of the Duncraig campus across the road, added in 2011.

Former staff, alumni and families are invited to join the celebrations on November 16 at Hamer Oval at the school’s Duncraig campus and on November 23 at Primary Green at the Carramar campus, both running from noon to 3pm.

These will include food trucks, live music, face painting, games, a jumping castle and items from the archives on display.

Register for free tickets at www.trybooking.com/BECBN.

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