Year 6 students spent a fun and educational day with the Israeli Madrichim who were in Perth to run the Zionist seminars. They learned all about different aspects of Israel through games, songs and dances as well as made humus to eat with pita.  ...

On Wednesday 22 August the Carmel Chess Team represented our school at the IPSHA Inter School Chess Tournament held at St Marks. All the members of the team played skilfully and showed great sportsmanship. Thank you to Nicki Resnick for helping us on the day. ...

We chose to do a fundraiser for RSPCA. We decided to collect money for the RSPCA because we love animals and care so much for them. We raised about $69 and we sold cupcakes, lemonade, brownies and orange juice. We baked the cupcakes & brownies ourselves and squeezed fresh oranges and lemons. ...

On Tisha B'Av Morah Posner taught children from Kindly to Year 4 about the First and Second Temples. The lessons were very engaging and the children were fascinated by all the interesting details they heard. Morah Posner had assembled a model of the Second Beit Hamikdash from a craft pack which had been ddonated by Emma Rockman's granny. The model further enhanced the children' ...

Students in the Primary School have been putting the finishing touches to their stones which they started painting on Yom Yerushalayim a few weeks ago. They have thought hard about their designs and the end results are fantastic. The stones are going to be varnished in the holidays and built into an olive tree setting at the front of the school as a tribute to Jerusalem. We are ...

In late June, the Year Three classes hosted a very professional and well-researched 'travel expo.' Working in teams, students spent a last week and a half learning about different countries in the Oceania and Asia-Pacific regions, and preparing posters and presentations on these countries. Visitors to the travel expo included Year Four students, teachers, parents and grandparen ...

Did you know that there is a range of extra-curricular clubs that run at the Primary School? The clubs run during lunch times and after school and cover interests as broad as yoga, gardening, chess, Jump Jam, coding, robotics, Israeli dancing, chess and jewellery. All club activities are supervised by a staff member, and offered free of charge to students. You can find out more ...

We will be holding our school photos on July 26 (for sporting teams, band members and art trip students), August 2 (Primary School) and August 3 (High School). More information will follow in due course, but please mark these dates in your diaries. ...

Carmel School Year 5 and 6 students shone at the Independent Primary School Heads Association Performing Arts Festival in late June, with their message of Peace. This biennial event is held at the Perth Convention and Entertainment Centre between 17 Independent Primary Schools and a collective audience of 8000. Their performance Brand New Day was choreographed by our ever talen ...

The "Café Club" is a social group which meets on Wednesdays at Café 61 and provides year 6 students with a safe place to connect with others, build friendships and learn whilst enjoying various social activities! Each session gives students the opportunity to build their social skills, communicate, interact with others and enhance their friendships. It is a place where students ...