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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 ...

Carmel's Year 9 Visual Arts students were privileged to spend the day in the art room with Scribal artist Nikki Green last week. Some of you may well have had your Ketubah made by her. Nikki inspired the students with her beautiful books on Scribal art, illuminated manuscripts, Hebrew letters, The Haggadah and Ketubot. Each student designed, carved and printed the Aleph Bet. ...

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. ...

The Year 7 and Year 8 students had a wonderful time celebrating during Chol Hamoed Sukkot with a sukkah party. Exciting games with the Tzevet, dancing and yummy food, insured a great time was had by all. The Year 11s braved the cold weather to celebrate Chol Hamoed Sukkot with a sukkah party at Morah Shohan’s house. Laughter ensued during a lively game of Guess the mystery gue ...

On Friday 15 September, Reserve General Gal Hirsch visited the Year 10 class at Carmel. At first, to be honest, many of us were underwhelmed. He did not look like a typical general with a sharp buzz cut, huge muscles and dog tags hanging from his neck. Then again, Israel isn’t a typical country. General Hirsch spoke of the challenges in his career. As Commander of all the troop ...

This year the Year 9 students were given the opportunity to enter the 59th Annual Science Talent Search competition organised by The Science Teachers Association of Western Australia. The Science Talent Search is a wonderful opportunity for students to develop their interests in Science through a competition with a range of categories that suit a wide variety of abilities and i ...

An enthusiastic group of students gave up their time during the school holiday to assist the residence of the Maurice Zeffort Home with their Sports day during National Seniors Week. They played a variety of tabloid sports games such as Javelin (using the inside of a paper towel roll), flag races and ring toss. To end off the students and residents enjoyed an exciting game of b ...