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  • Get to school on foot this Walk to School Week

    Published 14/05/21

    Next week is Walk to School Week and Richmond Council is encouraging the young people of Richmond upon Thames’ to walk, cycle or scoot to school. Walk to School Week runs from Monday 17 to Friday 21 May 2021.

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  • MAY 5TH - World Book Day at St. Stephen's

    Published 30/04/21

    Put the date in your diary - St Stephen's World Book Day is Wednesday 5th May and the theme is classic poetry. 

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  • The Big Ask - Get your child's voice heard and make a difference

    Published 21/04/21

    The Children’s Commissioner for England speaks up for children in England, stands up for their rights, and makes sure that the people in power listen to what children need and want. She is launching a once-in-a-generation review of children's lives. 

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  • Spring Term - End of Term information and Lost Property!

    Published 30/03/21

    As it is the last day of term, collection on Thursday will be an hour earlier than usual.

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  • Important information about the new Special Educational Needs and Disability Register in Richmond

    Published 16/03/21

    A new Special Educational Needs and Disability Register for Richmond will be going live this week. This register is a list of children and young people (under 25 years) who have special educational needs or a disability.

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  • Exercise those Demons Away

    Published 16/03/21

    Resistance can be a sign of anxiety. So many children are saying no right now, whilst their parents tear their hair out. We’re in the middle of the most anxiety-provoking time globally our children (and us!) have ever experienced. Many children are hyper-aroused, and they show this with anger and resistance. If parents react with anger, then the child becomes even more anxious and more resistant. 

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    Published 05/03/21

    The whole staff team is feeling super appreciated this week, thanks to the gorgeous gifts and goodies that appeared in our staffroom.

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  • Autism Seminars for Families -‘Managing Anger’ virtual webinar - 24th March

    Published 04/03/21

    ‘Managing Anger’ is one of the Autism Seminars for Families which provides information and advice to parents and carers of children and young people with autism.

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  • Free, online Lockdown Learning Workshop - Wednesday (24th February) at 2pm

    Published 24/02/21

    The Richmond Children and Young People's Wellbeing Service is offering a free, online workshop this coming Wednesday (24th February) at 2pm: Lockdown Learning - Primary School Workshop

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    Published 10/11/20

    Under normal circumstances, we love welcoming our parents through our doors - both those with children currently in the school and those excitedly preparing for starting in September. We see it as an opportunity to show off our school, present our staff and proudly introduce our children. St. Stephen's is the only local primary school in this area in the England's Top 100 Primary Schools and we love to remind our parents why that is.

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  • Odd Socks Day is back! Anti-Bullying Week 2020: United Against Bullying

    Published 03/11/20

    Anti-Bullying Week will happen from Monday 16th - Friday 20th November launching with Odd Socks Day!

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  • What happens if my child is unwell?

    Published 08/09/20

    With constantly updated guidelines and a host of changes to procedure, it's hard to know what to do if you or your child is unwell. Please see below for an 'at-a-glance' list of what we need you to do - and what we will be doing - to keep our children safe. 

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