Updated: Monday September 17th, 2018
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Would you like your son to join our amazing school community? Well, now's your chance! We have spaces for enrolment in our Junior Infants! Get in touch with us for more details. You can phone the school on 051-
For the second year in a row, Mr. Russell's Class entered the national FÍS film making competition for primary schools. The boys in 5th Class 2017/18 wrote a script and made storyboards for their 5 minute film, which is a short look at the history of Waterford's City Walls. The title for their film is "Waterford: Ireland's Oldest City". The names for the shortlist were released on Friday, September 14th, and we are delighted to reveal that the boys' film made the shortlist! They will now travel to The Helix Theatre in Dublin in November to the FÍS National Film Awards. It's a massive achievement to be the only school in Waterford to reach this stage! Well done to all the boys, and we wish them the very best of luck on the day. Watch" Waterford: Ireland's Oldest City" here!
News and Welcome from Mr. Morris:
Get all the latest news from the office with the start of year newsletter from Mr. Morris!
Our school calendar is available to view here on our website. You can also download a version to print out at home -
Mr. Russell's 5th Class learn about Plastic Pollution:
Waterford One World Centre and Waterford City Council presented a workshop in the City Library in Lady Lane about plastic pollution and what schools and those at home can do to help. Mr. Russell's 5th Class went to the workshop on Friday, September 14th. See photos from their workshop with Sarah here!
Miss Butler's Junior Infants -
Drumming fun with Rhythm and Shakes!:
There's been great fun and fabulous music in the Mr. Russell's 5th Class! The lucky boys in the classes enjoyed their drumming and learning about where the Djembe comes from! See some photos here of the boys enjoying their brilliant drumming!
Mr. Hayden's 6th Class learn about Plastic Pollution:
Waterford One World Centre and Waterford City Council presented a workshop in the City Library in Lady Lane about plastic pollution and what schools can do to help. Mr. C. Hayden's 6th Class went along -
Miss Kenny's Junior Infants have settled into school so quickly -
1st and 5th Classes take a walk to the People's Park:
Mrs. Breen's and Mr. O'Sullivan's 1st Classes teamed up with Mr. Russell's and Mr. Beglin's 5th Classes on Friday, September 7th, and took a walk to the People's Park for a nature trail and some fun in the playground! See some photos or watch a slideshow of the fun!
Miss Butler's Junior Infants had a brilliant first week! See some photos of the boys enjoying themselves!
Miss Kenny's Junior Infants had a brilliant first day of school! Check out a lovely slideshow of the boys on their first day or click here to see the photos of these super boys!
Special Pages on our Website:
A new option on our menu is called "Special Pages" -
School Staff 2018/2019:
Our staff page for 2018/2019 is now available to view -
St. Stephen's has a brand new Facebook page, where you can keep up to date with all the news from our school! Check it out here: facebook.com/StStephensDLS . This Facebook page runs alongside our school's Twitter account. Now you have lots of ways to follow what's going on in St. Stephen's!
FÍS Film Festival 2018:
Mr. Russell's 5th Class 2017/18 entered the national FÍS film making competition for primary schools. The boys wrote a script and made storyboards for their 5 minute film, which is a short look at the history of Waterford's City Walls. The title for their film is "Waterford: Ireland's Oldest City". See the completed film here! The FÍS competition has a strict 5 minute time limit, meaning the boys had to cut a number of scenes. So they made a special, extended "Director's Cut", featuring 3 extra scenes, and that can be seen here! The judges' decision will be announced in September. We wish the boys the very best of luck!
The 2018 Summer Camp in St. Stephen's was the biggest and best yet! Click here to read about the activities and see some photos from the 2018 Summer Camp in St. Stephen's!
News and Events from St. Stephen's in 2017/2018:
As we do every year, all the news stories from the previous school year are moved into the news archive. Click here to read the stories that shaped the 2017/2018 school year, or here to see the list of options in our news archive!