Ladies Pamper Evening - friday 24th November 2017

The cost is £5.00 per person including a cheese and wine supper, and will be held at St. Stephen’s Junior School on Friday 24th November from 6.00-9.30pm.

During the evening you can enjoy treatments from a range of therapies including massage, nail treatments, hair styling, reflexology, eyelash extensions and many more….

Treatments will range from £5.00 up to £20.00 each. There will also be a raffle and stalls.

Please pre-book your treatments before the evening with Nikki at the Junior School reception. Go on ladies, spoil yourself, you’re worth it! Bring a friend or two!

Read the full flyer HERE

Tickets can be obtained from Sally Millsted or Kym Amos at the Junior School or send your payment in an envelope with the slip below. Any queries call, text or email;
Sally – 07808036143 - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Kym – 07890017790 – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ofsted to visit St. Stephens Junior

ofsted logoWe have been informed by Ofsted they will be visiting and inspecting St. Stephen's Junior School tomorrow on Tuesday the 14th November 2017. The lead inspector will be Jo Lakey.

We welcome the inspection and would like to offer encouragement that if you are a registered parent or carer of a pupil at the school (including pupils on sick leave or who are temporarily excluded), you can share your views about the school by completing Ofsted's online survey, ParentView.

Anti-bullying week begins

odd socksSt. Stephen’s Junior School is taking part in Anti-Bullying week from Monday 13th - Friday 17th November 2017. Each year we shine a spotlight on bullying and encourage all children, staff and parents to take action against bullying. The theme this year is “All different All Equal”. We have planned a range of ways to learn more about bullying this week.

Further details and information on Odd Socks day can be found HERE. Please also follow this LINK for top tips for parents.

Year 4's learn about Vikings

The 19th October saw our Year 4 children arrive at school looking somewhat different to their regular selves. In fact, they not only looked very different, but appeared as if they were from a different time period altogether. It was Viking Day! 

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Led by similary adorned staff, children in Year 4 were given the opportunity to dress the part of vikings and learn all about the viking culture. As part of this exciting voyage of discovery the children were encouraged to be as creative as possible and as a result created beautiful viking shields, homes, boats and small-scale viking villages from all sorts of materials. The afternoon was spent in our Forest School area re-enacting the lifestyle of our viking visitors from long ago, and we invited parents to share in the wonderful experience.

An educational tour of the Houses of Parliament

On Monday the 9th October, children from St. Stephen's were delighted to be given the opportunity to visit the Houses of Parliament in London to learn about the monarchy, democracy and a lot more about Britains rich political history.

Arriving at the Palace of Westminster after an lengthy train ride and a short walk through St. James Park, the tour began with the lively group checking in at the Education Centre at the Victoria Tower Gardens. Greeted by very friendly and well informed education centre staff they were given a virtual tour of the House Of Commons in one of the presentation rooms, since the real one was undergoing security checks prior to a speech by the Prime Minister.

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Following an amazing tour of the Houses of Parliament, the group returned to the Education Centre to take part in a workshop on democracy, and shortly before their departure for home were treated to a surprise visit by Canterbury's own MP, Rosie Duffield.

Head Teacher: Mr. Stuart Pywell Address: Hales Drive, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7AD Tel: 01227 464119 Email: admin@ststephensjuniorschool.co.uk
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