Cross-curricular learning can improve students’ comprehension of problems, confidence, creativity and ability to pose complex questions.
Alumni Erin Bell identified a problem, thought laterally and found a unique solution that is making waves.
Approaches to reconciliation rest with everyone and, as a school, we need to ask, discover, listen and work together.
Taking a step back to look at what sets your business apart from your competitors, is not only determined by the products offered, a good website or competitive pricing, it is the staff within the business.
The wonder and joy of witnessing someone learning something new is an experience to behold and this is especially true when it is one of our youngest students.
The idea of rebuilding stronger, more agile and resilient is not only exciting but essential.
Let us remember to express our gratitude for all our blessings this Christmas season.
As we go about our daily lives, what we may not realise is that more than 80 per cent of all the online, gaming and streaming services we use are based in the ‘cloud’.
Albert Einstein once said, “fantasy is more important than knowledge, because knowledge is limited”.
We have all had to alter the way we interact, connect and, in relation to education, teach
The contemporary world of business requires prospective employees to not only have a recognised qualification but understand basic business principles.
Personal fulfillment comes when we are working, learning and being in connection with others.
The months ahead will see all of us undertake a journey of self-discovery, learning how we tackle change and what we learn from it.
The International Day of Happiness is celebrated worldwide every year on March 20th, today.
One of the key phrases of education in recent years has been making students ‘work ready’.
A positive mindset is not only good for your health but promotes performance.
Schools of today are tasked with not only instructing students in literacy, numeracy, resilience,social and emotional wellbeing, digital competencies, and life skills, we must also “future-proof” our students.
Have you ever had a moment when everything around you seems to be moving in slow motion?
We look at changes in education over the years and what is the future of education might it look like for our students.
Welcome back to School. I hope you had a wonderful break and enjoyed spending time with family and friends, reconnecting and recharging for the term ahead.
Today marks International Women’s Day. This year, the theme being celebrated is #BalanceforBetter.
This year, St Stephen’s School is excited to be celebrating 35 years of providing a quality education to our many students, both past and present.
What a year 2018 has been at our wonderful school, one filled with celebration, change, personal bests, innovation and direction.
With the sun set to come out more often as we embrace the Spring season, I wanted to give you an update on some new additions to our girls’ uniform.
As we all celebrated the male figures in our lives for Father’s Day recently, it got me thinking about other males in our students lives and the role they play beyond the family unit.
The importance of character, stories, positive risk-taking and resilience...