Students from kindy all through high school had the wonderful opportunity to be involved in the writing of a Sefer Torah at school this week. This rare privilege and huge mitzvah was due to the forward thinking of Rabbi and Odeya White who offered Carmel the honour of having the sofer (scribe) visit us at school. The Sefer Torah has been sponsored by the Todres, Moyal and Whi ...

The Head of the Primary School, Mrs Lynda Fisher, was recently selected as one of 14 Primary School Heads nationally, to attend the two day Principals Coaching Course in NSW at the end of last term.  Robyn Edwards of the Association of Independent Schools Leadership Centre (AIS), ran the training which was co facilitated by past AIS Leadership centre coach, Mrs Di Drummond. Gi ...

The Year 4 students and their parents will be participating in an interactive and educational Lag B'Omer evening together on Wednesday 2nd May 2018. Please send in your reply slips as soon as possible. ...

Carmel School’s traditional ANZAC Ceremony was held in the Sylvia and Harry Hoffman Hall on Tuesday morning 24th April under the direction of Mrs Lynda Fisher.  Dignitaries, war veterans, parents and students from Year 3-12 united to remember the efforts of those who sacrificed their lives to secure freedom and a better future for generations to follow.  The combination of cont ...

Held on the fifth day of the Hebrew calendar month of Iyar, Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrates Israel's independence in 1948. Celebrations take place all over Israel and here at Camel school it was no different. An incredibly exciting and fun filled day celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday was enjoyed by all the Carmel students together. A huge ruach session on the oval as one school, wit ...

Ceremonies were held in the Primary and High school to mark this solemn day, which commemorates the fallen Israeli soldiers and victims of terror in Israel. The Primary school choir sang Mi Haish as part of their ceremony and were addressed by Ariel from the Tzevet who spoke about cherishing our freedom and being grateful for what we have. Flags were flown at half-mast. ...

On Wednesday 28th of March, Mr Carter and Mrs Bolton took 20 Year 6 students to the IPSHA Basketball Carnival. The students had spent the term honing their skills and training as a team. Their efforts paid dividends and they held their own amongst some stiff competition. The sportsmanship and commitment could not be questioned and both teachers were very proud of the efforts of ...

Daniel Levin has won the Chess Association of WA's Junior Chess Championship. He came first in the under 8's division, which makes him the WA State Champion for his age. What a wonderful achievement! ...

Welcome to the new Carmel Kesher!     We are pleased to unveil our new-look Carmel Kesher. When designing the new style and content of this communication, we have tried to incorporate much of the feedback received through the recent Kesher Enhancement Survey, and we thank those who participated for their time and valued comments.   It was excellent to hear that so many peo ...

Term One sport concluded with the annual basketball carnival at Willetton, scheduled earlier this year to accommodate the Easter/Pesach break. Seven, twenty minute rounds of fast paced play ensured that all teams used every player wisely so that they remained competitive until the end of the tournament. Both Carmel teams approached their games enthusiastically and created a goo ...