Last Friday the Year 5 students came up to the High School Science Labs for the annual Peer Tutoring task. The Year 9 students spent a week preparing a lesson that will compliment and extend on the Year 5 Science Curriculum. The task outline is to produce an exciting, entertaining, interesting 10-minute lesson to teach the Year 5 students a concept related to what both year gr ...

The Carmel School P&F have had a busy year, we set a large target and have been running events and throughout the year. We have a few final raffles before we take a break and get ready for the new year of exciting P&F fun. We've had a great time as a team and encourage people to come along and share the fun, trust us it's very rewarding. Carmel School P&F Grape Jui ...

The Year 3 students had a great afternoon with the Year 11 Physics class as they tutored them on Science Concepts in a fun, interesting and hands on way. ...

Students from Year 4 and 5, had the privilege and opportunity to learn Israeli dances with Oren Ashkenazi, a well-known Israeli dance choreographer. He visited our school last Monday and the children thoroughly enjoyed his engaging manner and the fun dances he taught. ...

The Prep children went on an excursion to DFES (Department of Fire and Emergency Services) in Perth city last week. The guides introduced the children to the different emergency workers in the community: Fire fighter, Bush fire fighter, State Emergency Service volunteer and the Marine Rescue Services. Each of these workers wear a different uniform and have different specialise ...

On Monday 30 October, Merav Taub will be cutting her hair to donate to the Zichron Menachem Organisation in Israel as part of her Batmitzva chesed campaign. Zichron Menachem was founded in 1990 by Chaim and Miri Ehrental after their oldest child, Menachem, died of leukaemia at the age of 15. Zichron Menachem has developed into Israel’s leading provider of support services to ch ...

All the Primary School children had the opportunity to enjoy a snack in the sukkah at school this week. Each student got to shake the lulav and etrog and say the bracha. They had fun playing games and doing art activities with our new tzevet in the sukka ...

At the end of Term 3 the Year 5s enjoyed a creative outdoor lesson after viewing and discussing the work of Andy Goldsworthy, a sculptor, photographer and environmentalist who produces site-specific sculptures in natural settings. The students used elements of nature to create beautiful patterns and designs. ...

Seizing the opportunity of a small group and magnificent weather, we jumped onto the school bus and set off for a picnic lunch and a play at Braithwaite Park. We are so proud of how the children listened and followed the instructions, enabling us to have a truly wonderful afternoon The flying fox was a firm favourite (especially for Morot Debra and Dionne!), even pulling it ba ...

On Monday 18th September, Year 4 went to the Shipwreck Museum and The Literature Centre, in Fremantle. We visited the Shipwreck Museum to consolidate our history unit, where we have been learning about the Discovery of Australia. Our guide, Anna, took us through an activity that helped us to understand how archeologists use artefacts to discover about the lives of people who l ...