Last Thursday, the Year 11 Hebrew class had an Oral Evening. Each student delivered a speech about a book which they have read. The students described their book, spoke about the author and reviews of the book. Dean Kezurer spoke about 'The Zigzag Kid', which was a riveting story about a young boy who goes on an extraordinary adventure with a master thief. Liron Koren spoke abo ...

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 ...

On Tuesday 31 October, four Year 10 students represented Carmel School at the Battle of Beersheba Australian Light Horsemen 100-year Commemoration in Kings Park. The initiative to attend this important ceremony came from the students themselves, who felt a strong connection with this uniquely Australian-Jewish story; a connection forged when they visited the ‘Park of the Austra ...

Congratulations to Ashleigh Cohen and Mia Parry for winning a place at the ANSTO Big Ideas Forum. The ANSTO Big Ideas Forum brings 11 pairs of students and their teachers from across Australia to Sydney for four days of hands-on science and technology. It is a unique opportunity to meet leading Australian researchers and discover first-hand some diverse uses of cutting-edge Au ...

Last Wednesday and Thursday night the Year 10 class hosted the Living Historian Project, where they, in small groups presented stories of Perth Holocaust survivors whom they had interviewed throughout the term. These stories were told in various formats – DVD’s, PowerPoints, Scrapbooks, journals and posters – each one unique and depicting the lives and experiences of eight surv ...

Year 9 students in Mrs Cunningham’s class were recently tasked with making a documentary. The topic was their own choice, and one of the groups decided to make theirs on the importance of vaccinations. Once the topic was decided, Itai Terry, Santino Febbo, Eli Rosenberg, Tanna Wasserman and Nelly Shufrin considered who would be the best person they could interview. A part of th ...

Read our full article for a full list of the Valedictory Award winners.

Last week saw a number of events that celebrated our Year 12 graduating class, and their years of schooling at Carmel. Students participated in a well-planned ‘muck up day’ that was equal parts funny and respectful; attended the annual ‘Year 12 dinner’, a special event that is wrapped in secrecy and shared only between the students and teachers; and, finally participated in the ...

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 ...

On Tuesday 17 October, the Year 11 and 12 drama students attended a performance of William Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ by the second year Bachelor of Acting students at WAAPA. Directed by Melanie Beddie at the Enright Studio, ‘As You Like It’ was an outstanding performance and impressed the Carmel students with their drama teacher, Ms. Anastas. The performers brought the S ...