Academic years 7 through 12.

Yr 11 student Avi Margolis has been awarded the prestigious Pierre de Courbertin award 2017. Pierre de Courbertin was the founder of the modern Olympic Games (1896). His vision was to create a worldwide sporting competition with values of fairness and sportsmanship at its core. The Australian Olympic Committee present the Pierre de Courbertin Award to a number of students in Au ...

The Year 11 students were the beneficiaries of our partnership with the Paraplegic Benefit Fund of Western Australia this week. They had Rob Pyke share his story, which was both thought provoking and emotion for our students. As an 18 year old Rob and several of his mates made a series of poor decisions – truancy, driving motor vehicles above the speed limit and failing to adju ...

This term, two teams of Year 9 students competed in the Science IQ Competition which was run by the Science Teachers Association of Western Australia and was offered to both National and International Schools. The competition was based on-line and required the teams of students to answer a set of 12 Science questions within a one-hour period. Students used their outstanding g ...

The Year 10 students have been having an incredible experience in Israel for Shorashim. They have climbed Masada and taken in the sunrise, swam in the Dead Sea, and again at Tel Aviv and in the Kinneret. They have participated in archaeological digs, wandered through several markets, learnt why Israel is known as the Innovation capital and even had a ‘blackout dinner’ where the ...

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. ...

In Term Two, the Year 8 English students participated in a heart-warming collaboration activity with the Year 2s in the Primary School. Year 8s had completed an activity which required them to produce their own Picture Books with a meaning, message and value, for a particular target audience. This was a fantastic opportunity for them to have an audience of young readers to sha ...

For a long time, research has been telling us that teenagers are a lot more likely to engage in risk-taking behaviour than any other age group. This is not surprising, given they are at a point in their lives when they often have the opportunity or greater freedom for new experiences, but their cognitive development is not so good at properly considering the consequences of the ...

The annual JNF Changemaker Awards were held in Sydney on June 25. We are so proud of Year 12 student, Adam Kerbel, who was named as the joint winner in the 'Contribution to the Jewish Community (Youth)' category. Adam was nominated by Arik Singer at the Perth Hebrew Congregation (PHC) for the volunteer work that he undertakes there. For the past year, since Arik first joined th ...