Last week Friday St. Stephen's Junior welcomed families and friends to our yearly Summer Fair. Visitors and guests were initially entertained by some creatively choreographed dance moves with each class performing a dance routine of their own in front of an enthusiastic crowd. The Fair held a little of something for everyone, and there was a bouncing castle, fun rides, various raffles and other fun and delightful goodies and treats on sale, not forgetting the deliciously tempting burgers for the hungry at heart.
The 6th July saw us host yet another successful lunch for esteemed members of our local community. It was no ordinary event and followed with a little musical entertainment from our school choir, and solo instrumentals by talented children.
Special thanks to our guests for visiting with us, and amazing school council and excellent catering staff in our kitchen for serving up such excellent treats.
On Friday 9th June we welcomed Dan Freedman back to our school for a special Kindle Club celebration. We have built up a strong relationship with Dan since starting our Kindle Club back in 2015 when the boys began reading the Jamie Johnson series written by Dan.
He has shown a particular interest in our Kindle Club from the very beginning, inspiring the boys with their reading.
Yesterday the 14th June saw a group of children from St. Stephen's Junior journey to London by train to embark on a tour of London on a very special bus.The bus was none other than a modified landing craft from World War 2, so while it looked like a bus and travelled on roads like a bus, and it was also a boat.
After an hour or so tour of London the children were treated to a boat ride on the Thames without even having to get off the bus. London was absolutely filled with tourists, and we're pretty sure we were a big tourist attraction ourselves in our funny looking boaty mcbusface. More images can be seen in our school trips photo gallery.