This year we celebrate Harvest Festival on Friday 21st October. The upper school is at 10.00am and lower school at 2.00pm in St. Stephen’s Church. All donations received will be given to The Canterbury Food Bank. Read more HERE
Our Year 6 children travelled to Weymouth for their annual PGL trip on Friday the 23rd September 2016. It was a challenging weekend with a very busy schedule of fun activities, but we're proud that spirits remained high throughout and children rose to every challenge they faced.
To see a few photos taken of the trip and read more about the many acitivies on offer please visit this LINK.
Delectable cakes and all sorts of other wonderful tasting goodies lined the tables outside the year 3 area friday afternoon. The cake sale raised £154.20, which will be donated to Macmillan Cancer support. We're delighted that so many people supported this extremely worthwhile cause. The images below highlight the variety of tasty treats on offer and also a picture of our Best Baker from Year 6 Cherry class. Thank you to everyone!
Friday the 23rd September saw our year 5 children embark on an adventure to Kingswood, near Ashford, for a weekend of learning and teambuilding. Regular updates were posted on twitter during the trip to keep everyone informed as the weekend progressed.
Children were well behaved and should be proud of themselves. Their courage outshone even the most brave of those amongst our teaching staff. To view a few more images, please follow this LINK
Creativity is one of our core values here at St. Stephen's Junior School, and how better to execise that creativity than by encouraging our children to use their young imaginations in creating models in Art lessons. Below are a few images captured during an inspiring Art lesson with Mr Martin and Mrs Erasmi. The theme for this art lesson was 'Man on a Wire', in honour of Philippe Petit, the talented French aerialist who walked across a wire a quarter of a mile high suspended between the Twin Towers of New York in 1974.