Raising awareness and celebrating our individuality as part of Anti-Bullying and Inter Faith Week (two for the price of one).
Mrs Faulkner led the school in a special assembly this morning to commemorate all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country as members of our armed forces.
It was great to see so many pupils (and parents) from St Stephen's in yesterday's Remembrance Parade. In the uniformed organisations, playing in the band or marching behind our banner - thank you for representing the school so well.
The church looked wonderful on Sunday morning - ready to host the Remembrance Service following the well attended Kearsley Remembrance Parade.
Another very enjoyable lunch with last week's Star Award winners! Well done!
Another Friday - another great set of guests at Top Table! Well done to last week's Star Award winners.
At St Stephen's we are always looking to making the curriculum come alive - so we held a Mexico Day to celebrate the 'Day of the Dead'! This is a very important festival in Mexico. The children looked brilliant and had a great day learning about all aspects of the culture.
As you know, we celebrate diversity at St Stephen's - 'Everybody Different - Everybody Equal'. This morning we learned about Diwali - the Hindu Festival of Light to mark their new year.
Hope you enjoyed having the children 24/7 last week! It's been a good start to Autumn Term 2 - everyone has settled back into the St Stephen's routine very quickly. It's an eight week term and looks like another busy one. Don't forget - Parents Evenings are on Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th…
EIGHT Star Award winners this week - so no room on Top Table for me!
We've been marking World Mental Health Day at St Stephen's with a special assembly and lots of other activities and class discussions.
Mrs Bonnar put the FINAL sticker (number 300) on our Aldi wallchart this morning - THANK YOU for your brilliant response. But keep them coming please - we have ANOTHER one to fill!