The Year 9 Snorkelling group have been honing their skills along the northern beaches this term. They now have a solid background with the use of mask, snorkel and fins. They will use these skills to navigate around Rottnest Island later in the year. By: Mr Hall ...

Last Thursday and Friday, the Year 11s and 12s were absolutely privileged to attend the annual Judaica Conference. We got to listen to and interact with interesting and knowledgeable lecturers speaking about all different types of topics, ranging from vegetarianism in Judaism, to being created in the image of God. The intense two days not only provided us with a safe space to l ...

Four slots this term during period 7 on a Friday have been given over to Year groups meetings, a chance for specifically targeted year based activities. In Year 8, Mr. Edmunds and Mrs. George have been working on goal setting and getting the most from the students laptops. As a final session for the term they brought together Biology and Maths and ran a Beetle Drive. Some of yo ...

  As the Year 11 and 12 students gathered near the War Memorial overlooking the city’s skyline, excitement and joy spread over Kings Park. A sea of glamorous dresses and handsome suits filled the grounds. For the Year 12’s, this is their last year at Carmel School, an accomplishment that was celebrated in style. For the Year 11’s, the first chapter in their senior school jour ...

Carmel was delighted to welcome Year 11 students from Iona Presentation College and CBC Fremantle to our school recently. Students from all three schools engaged in the various elements of the program which were connected to the Year 11 Religion and Life syllabus. Thanks go to Sam Majzner for his presentation on the basics of Judaism and to our Dorot Carmel, Aaron Friedland and ...

  The Year 7 Scientists have been putting all of the theory that they have been learning over the last 3 weeks into action by designing and conducting their own investigations. Some of the interesting questions that the students have tested are listed below. Does temperature affect the voltage of a battery? Do salt and sugar affect the rate at which ice dissolves? What is ...

On Thursday 1 March, students including the Year 11 and 12 Advanced Hebrew classes and staff members attended the annual UIA dinner. This year, the event celebrated the 70th anniversary of the modern state of Israel.  Shai Lazer, CEO of the Youth Futures program, explored the work and influence of the organisation within Israel, sharing inspiring anecdotes of disadvantaged you ...

Purim celebrations in the High School saw students greeted by the Year 12s who had transformed the school into Hogwart heaven. The day was filled with fun and ruach with the Year 12 Purim play and the staff flash mob being the highlights. Thanks to all who helped make the day so spectacular. ...

As part of this year’s Drama program, the Year 7 students were introduced to circus skills, under the expert instruction of Jessica and Gaea from Circus WA. Some of the students already had previous experience with some of the apparatus, and the rest were exceptionally eager to learn and make the most of the experience. ...

Students have been working on prime numbers, square numbers, factors and multiples over the last few weeks. They can be seen here trying to solve number puzzles involving different types of numbers. ...