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In 2014 our Tuckshop changed its name to “Curlew Café.  As many of the children know we have a pair of “curlews” at the school so a decision was made to re-name our Tuckshop in their honour.

At St Stephen’s we endeavour to provide a safe and healthy environment for all of our students.  Throughout our Health and Physical Education program we teach the children about the importance of eating balanced, nutritious foods. It is important for the Tuckshop to support this program; therefore, we follow the guidelines set out by the Queensland Government in their ‘Smart Choices’ strategy.  
We have been very successful in the running of this strategy and we have won many awards that congratulate  the hard work that our tuckshop convener and parent community have done and continue to do.


How to order from the Tuckshop? 

We would prefer if you would place your child’s order on-line via www.flexischools.com.au.  By placing order’s on-line it saves a lot of time for us in the Tuckshop and you don’t have to worry about having the right change or a brown paper bag.
If you wish to order using the brown bag we ask that you please do not STAPLE or STICKY TAPE the bags down.
Brown bags are available from the Tuckshop for purchase for 10c each.  If you are unable to provide a bag please use an envelope for your order and include an extra 10c for each bag needed. If the correct change is not enclosed then the change will be taped in the corner of the brown bag. 

Tuckshop Procedure

  • Bags, with order and money, are to be brought to the tuckshop before school, and put in the tuckshop basket lined up on the Tuckshop counter.
  • All drinks need to be collected from the Tuckshop.  Your child needs to bring their paper bag up to the Tuckshop to receive their drink.
  • All frozen goods (Lickty Sticks etc.) will need to be collected from the tuckshop after your child has finished eating their lunch.
  • When the teacher on duty tells them the children will be able to purchase over the counter snacks. 
Please remind your children ensure that your child looks inside the baskets for all other items such as pikelets and yoghurt.

Tuckshop Volunteering​

Tuckshop is a fun and friendly environment and a great way to meet other parents.  No experience is necessary – just bring your sense of humour and everyone is most welcome. 
Unfortunately, safety issues exclude younger siblings from coming into the Tuckshop.
Lynda Mackenzie
Curlew Café Convenor