St. Stephen's Junior hosted yet another successful lunch for elderly members of our local community. Our wonderful children and catering staff served up a delicious steak pie while the choir entertained our guests with various songs, two of which are from the upcoming Year 6 production of Aladdin.
We're extremely proud of one of our children who recently represented Great Britain at a tennis competition at Queenswood. In a rivetting showdown in the final, he managed to beat Croatia and bring home the medal. Well done!
This week we congratulate both our weekly cup winners and our science winners for their outstanding efforts and work produced during the last week.
Well done children, thank you for helping inspire others, your valuable contributions and hard work.
St. Stephen's recently completed training 12 new Digital Leaders. For approximately 1 hour per week, over 4 months, children from Year 5 participated in the Childnet Digital Leaders Programme. This youth leadership programme offers pupils an exciting online community, structured training and ongoing support, helping make online safety learning fun and effective and assisting schools work towards an outstanding whole school community approach to online safety.
The programme empowers our children to become active within their school and to help educate their peers, parents and teachers about staying safe when using the internet and social media.
A student in Year 4 recently went through an entire day without talking to raise £358 for charity to help build a water well in the Sudan.
This is an extraordinary achievement and we are extremely proud of him.