Head Teacher: Mr. Stuart Pywell Address: Hales Drive, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7AD Tel: 01227 464119 Fax: 01227 780855 Email: admin@ststephensjuniorschool.co.uk

St. Stephen's Junior School is the operating name of St. Stephen's Academy, Canterbury - A company limited by guarantee registered in England no. 07441370

Parent's Information

We know how daunting it can be to sift through the information on a website to find the few things you might be looking for.


Call the office on 01227 464119, or click here for email details and how to find us.


To find out more about our Vision and Values and how we're doing as a school, please click on this link.

Celebrating smoke-free playgrounds

Children from St. Stephen's Junior visited the Church field in Hales Drive in support of a very worthy cause. Five childrens play areas around the district, including St. Stephen's Church field, are undergoing a trial scheme to encourage mums and dads not to smoke in and around any of the play areas. Smokers who light up are being urged into stubbing their cigarettes out.

Creative signs designed by the primary schools have been mounted around the play areas to help raise awareness.

Best Selling Novelist Dan Freedman visits St. Stephen's!

On Thursday 28th April, St Stephen’s Junior School welcomed best-selling novelist Dan Freedman to give a presentation at our school. 

The children discovered facts about Dan’s background and what inspired him to become an author. He shared his experiences of working with the England Team, travelling with them to two World Cups as well as personally interviewing people such as Beckham, Ronaldo and Messi and having the amazing opportunity to meet Nelson Mandela.

(Read the full article HERE)

St. Stephen's to host Internet Safety talk with Mandy Kimpton (Safer Schools PCSO)

You are invited to an Internet safety talk at St Stephen’s Junior School with Mandy Kimpton, Safer Schools Police Community Support Officer (PCSO), on Tuesday 7th June 2016. Mandy will be at our school for the day delivering a range of talks to upper school pupils and all parents. Parents are invited to a talk at lunchtime or after school at the following times:

  • 12 noon – 1pm (includes light lunch and refreshments); or
  • 3.15 - 4.15pm (include cake and refreshments)

This talk is for parents only and it is not suitable for younger children or pupils to attend. We are unable to provide child care for these sessions. After school club may be able to assist if you enquire early!

To read more about the talk and what you should do if you're interested in attending, please click on this LINK


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