Sports News

Our very own tennis super star, Year 5 student Jake Dembo, had the honour of tossing the coin at the men’s final of this year’s Australian Open. The final, between Roger Federer and Marin Cilic, was on January 28 and Jake was called out onto court ahead of the match to toss the coin for service. It was an incredible experience for Jake, and one he will always treasure. ...

The Year 10 students have begun the year with a Water Polo unit at Terry Tyzack Swimming Pool. These sessions have been physically challenging for students as they complete training drills and games each Friday afternoon. It is however, good to see their enthusiasm and willingness to try this new sport. Keep up the good work Year 10s. ...

Year 9 Students spent the last week of school at Rottnest exploring, snorkeling and surfing. They had an unforgettable time and our thanks go to Mr Hall, Mr Quelch, Mrs Benn-Majzner, Tzevet members and to Dorot Carmel Gina Steinberg for their leadership. ...

The Annual Cricket Carnival was held at Melvista Oval (Nedlands) last week in warm conditions. Two Carmel teams competed in the competition both winning two of their four games. Using a junior format of ‘T20 Blast’ there were plenty of opportunities to swing the bat and score runs which both teams did with gusto. Some tidy bowling kept opposition batters frustrated and reaped a ...

Following on from their first induction event, the Lightening Beach Carnival, our Year 6 students spent two days as Carmel High School students this week, to smooth their transition across the oval. Students engaged in many interesting and instructive experiences, including science experiments, music and drama classes and a taste of High School Maths , English and Physical Educ ...

Wow -what an amazing time the Year 8 students had on their recent expedition to the Margaret River region. A 5:00am start and a 3 hour bus trip was soon forgotten as we hiked, abseiled, kayaked, caved and swam between Redgate Beach and Wilyaborup Cliffs along the south coast. Between these adventures, students set up tents, assisted with cooking meals and enjoyed sitting around ...

The annual Touch rugby carnival was held at John XX111 last week in very testing conditions with temperatures over 30 degrees. Thankfully the two teams were fit and well prepared having completed regular after school trainings prior, sharpening their ball skills and fine tuning some ‘moves’. Each team played eight games ensuring they encountered the majority of the 11 schools p ...

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 ...

We are very proud of our three students, Jacob, Dean and Noa, who have headed off to Jerusalem to represent Australia in 20th Maccabiah Games. Each is playing soccer for Australia and we wish them the best of luck! ...

Our year 6 cohort approached the winter carnival with a refreshed outlook and renewed vigour, hungry for wins. As is custom for this event, our footy group combined with four players from Loreto (Nedlands) to put a very competitive team on the park. Winning most of their games and coming third on a narrow percentage from Tranby and All saints, they were delighted to beat their ...