Don’t forget to collect donations this week for our Sponsered Run/ Jog/ Walk Mile on Friday afternoon. All sponsorship monies collected to the main office or your child’s class teacher by Friday morning please. All money raised will be used by the PTFA to fund future enrichment activities for our pupils. Many thanks for your support.
Welcome to St. Stephens Community Academy
Moving together towards a bright, positive and successful future.
On behalf of the pupils, staff and governors I would like to warmly welcome you to St.Stephens and thank you for visiting our website. All the information contained on this site gives you just a small snapshot of the amazing opportunities, academic challenges, creative curriculum and high expectations we have as a team of learners working together.
If you would like more information about our school or would like to organise a visit please contact the school office. The pupils and I would be delighted to show you around.
Year 2 were sporting superstars at the KS1 Kwik Cricket festival.
Year 3 have been learning about tenths in maths...take a look at our Skittle challenge!
As part of our learning about different faiths, children in Year 1 and 2 had the amazing opportunity to participate… https://t.co/MsEldaUuQ7
Once again the children of St Stephens have demonstrated their British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of ot… https://t.co/KKqA5kt1Vq
Science Week: Scaled drawings, using perimeter formula and pencil drawings , all through Year 6's Animals and their… https://t.co/Unjc90CZiN
More Science Week fun from Year F who have been exploring shadows/torches using dinosaur stick puppets.
For Science Week, Class F enjoyed performing the skittle investigation. They also experimented with felttip pens an… https://t.co/ZdajSqVUZo
As part of Science week Year 2 visited The Eden Project. The day was full of awe, wonder and lots of plants!
Year F and Class 7 enjoyed climbing on the large PE apparatus as part of a gymnastics lesson with Arena.
Year 2 enjoyed exploring Papayas as part of our English text ‘The Papaya That Spoke’.
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