Readers Cup is organised by the Queensland Branch of the Children’s Book Council of Australia. It is a state wide competition for young readers. Readers Cup competitions challenge students to read widely, work collaboratively in a team and continue developing a love of reading. It allows readers to compete and to meet other students with […]
Congratulations to our athletes who were age champions and runners-up at the recent District Athletics Carnival. For the seventh consecutive year, St Stephen’s was the champion school. What a great achievement which was attributed to excellent team work, great participation and a sporting spirit. From left to right: Kate Schincariol, Shelby Devine, Lleyton Phillips, Gemaley […]
The St Stephen’s Catholic College Wheelbarrow Race Team presented a cheque to the Mareeba Friends of the Hospital Foundation at assembly on Monday. Representatives from the Foundation, Mr Stephen Gear and Cr Angela Toppin, accepted the cheque from the team. A total of $3,402.53 was raised.
Students from St Stephen’s Catholic College recently attended the Rostrum Public Speaking Competition and we are thrilled to announce that year nine student, Alannah Falvo, won the junior section. Alannah will now progress to the State Finals in Brisbane in July.
Year eight student, Caitlin Wadley, presented a speech at the “We Will Remember” Forum in Innisfail over the weekend. Students from across the region delivered speeches on their interpretation of the Anzac Spirit. We are thrilled that Caitlin won and has now been invited to Canberra, where she will present her speech to the Chief […]
Congratulations to Deacon, winners of the St Stephen’s Interhouse Athletics Carnival. Pastoral House Leaders, Shelby Devine and Lleyton Phillips, along with Mrs Pinese are pictured with the shield.
The augmented reality sandbox is up and running in Geography. Mr Miller is super excited and so are we. This type of technology is usually only seen in universities and allows a 3D visualization of topographic contour lines and the simulation of water – as a start. Basically, landscapes come to life and can be […]
Today, the St Stephen’s community gathered to commemorate the 104th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. This year, our guest speaker was Ms Kate Banville (Lance Corporal, Royal Australian Army Ordnance Corps, ret’d). Ms Banville grew up in Mareeba and upon completion of year 12, she enlisted in the Australian Army as a reservist where […]
As term one draws to a close, students took part in the Easter Liturgy today. On behalf of Principal, staff and students of St Stephen’s Catholic College, we wish our community a Holy Easter and a restful break.