JNF week was a fun filled and educational week in the Primary school. Yigal Nissel our shaliach from Sydney ran excellent activities with the students, learning facts about Israel in a fun and interactive way on huge maps, twister and parachute games brought over especially from Israel. Healthy items of food were on sale on Tuesday at lunchtime for 50c which was a big success a ...

  On Purim, the Year 1 students happily hopped to the Maurice Zeffert Home in their gorgeous costumes and helped spread the joy by singing and dancing with the residents. The Maurice Zeffert Home thanked the children by giving them some delicious hamantashens which were enjoyed by all. ...

A fun filled day with exciting activities was enjoyed by all in the Primary School.  The costumes were amazingly creative and students enjoyed dressing up as part of their class themes. The day began with a Megillah reading by Rabbi White, accompanied by a silent movie to engage all students. After which, there was a sensational parade of costumes and students made Mishloach ...

Carmel School is very fortunate to have the highly skilled Jay Lakner coaching our chess players every Thursday at lunch time. Jay is already impressed with the raw talent of our protégés and feels greatness is in our sights as renowned chess players. We thank Shai Levin for his support in this club and look forward to many intense competitions to test our thinking. ...

  Primary students visited the Maurice Zeffert home recently after school to make hamantashen and to get to know the residents, who were delighted to welcome the children back again! ...

Gabriel Shapiro of Year 3.2 donated six excellent titles from his private collection to our library. Thank you, Gabriel! Thanks also go to Mr and Mrs I Eilon who donated the book, Choice by Holocaust survivor Dr. Edith Eva Eger. ...

Several Year 4-6 students have recently visited the Maurice Zeffert Home to play games and interact with the residents. It was a fantastic afternoon and the residents spoke so highly of the wonderful students who gave up their time to get to know the elderly in our community. We look forward to our next visit! ...

It was perfect weather for the swimming carnival on Friday albeit a little warm later in the morning. Despite having to negotiate several tradesmen putting finishing touches to the pool subsequent to its ‘completion’, the day turned out to be a highly successful outing for the Carmel swimmers. After several weeks of trialling and training prior to the carnival, students were ke ...

The Year 3 students began their day watching sheep being mustered by kelpies and sheep shearing. A few students got to feed the lambs and milk the cows. They all enjoyed an exciting day observing and interacting with a range of animals native to Australia. ...

In Year 4 Yahadut, we are learning about where our grandparents and great-grandparents came from. We loved hearing different stories about how we came to live in Australia! ...