We received some AMAZING news in early November regarding the film made by last year's Mr. Russell's 3rd Class for the 2023 FÍS Film Competition... The boys have been shortlisted for the FÍS Film Awards!!!!! They will now travel to The Helix in Dublin in February 2024 and we wish them the very best of luck and hope that they might take home an award! Of course - the boys are winners already, as each year, only a select number of films are shortlisted. It's a massive achievement for the boys - and well deserved, as they wrote the story from scratch, creating the characters and dialogue! The film is called "The Nightmare Scenario" - you can watch it on our website HERE! In addition, the second film made by the boys - "An Tubaiste Titanic" - has been listed as highly commended by the FÍS judges. Truly - amazing accomplishments!
The Mayor, Cllr. Jody Power, visited St. Stephen's on Thursday, October 26th and presented the All Star Certificates for October. See photos HERE!
Boys in all classes dressed up for Halloween on the day of the holidays as everyone had their annual Halloween party!
We would like to sincerely thank all that have contributed to our fundraiser for Unicef Ireland. Together we raised €1150, which is a tremendous amount. Thanks once again for your kindness and generosity.
The school calendar for the 2023/2024 school year is now live! You can keep up to date with the half days and school closures between September 2023 and June 2024 by visiting our online calendar HERE - or download a copy to print out and keep at home HERE!
It's almost time! St. Stephen's is getting ready for BACK TO SCHOOL! Our school reopens on Friday, September 1st, 2023, at 8:50am! We're all looking forward to seeing everyone again and welcoming our new boys into our Pre-School and Junior Infants, as well as opening "The Hub", our brand new Autism class. These are exciting times and it's going to be another fantastic year in St. Stephen's in 2023/2024. We'll see you all soon!