Purim will be celebrated at school on Thursday 1 March. A day of fun and games has been planned by the Jewish Studies staff and Year 6 students and it would be appreciated if the children could come to school already dressed in their costumes. The Year 6 cohort have nominated themes for each year level; however, if students have already planned their costumes and don’t want to ...

On Thursday 1 February, it was the 15th Anniversary of the Columbia Spaceshuttle disaster in which 7 astronauts lost their lives. Among them was Israel's first astronaut Ilan Ramon. The Year 4-6 Torah Enrichment class read the book "Reach for the Stars" which tells the fascinating and true story of the tiny Sefer Torah rescued from the Bergen-Belson Concentration Camp, that Ila ...

The Prep children have settled into their new learning space. In mathematics they made their own bead strings with 10 beads. These manipulative tools will assist the children to work with numbers from 1- 10. The class has also started learning the Aleph – Bet letters. They used different mediums to form the letter Aleph. They have had a wonderful time learning. ...

The “birthday of the trees” - Tu Bishvat began at sundown on Tuesday 30 January and ended at sundown on Wednesday 31 January. Tu Bishvat continues to be an opportunity for planting trees — in Israel and elsewhere, wherever Jews live. Tu Bishvat restores the ecology of our world and is a symbol of renewed growth and flowering of the Jewish people. Carmel school students planted ...

We are very proud of our graduating students who, collectively, have achieved results of such a high standard that Carmel has been rated as a top ten school in WA for Median ATAR. Carmel has been ranked 10th in WA and we were also listed as a top school for Religion and Life, Mathematics Applications and English. Carmel missed out on being mentioned for Literature and Mathemati ...

MDA came to the School two weeks ago to honour mitzvah day and students brought their tins in to empty into the MDA containers $1391.95 was raised in under an hour which will be used towards the humanitarian work of MDA Israel We are truly grateful to all students and families who participated in this amazing mitzvah opportunity ...

Mitzvah day was a huge success. Jewish Studies staff and students spent the morning at Menorah charity fund selling lots of goods to raise money for the needy Students of the primary school pledged to do a special mitzvah on Sunday and created a giving tree which was on display at the Primary concert. Kol hakavod to all! ...

The Year 4s completed a section of Torah that deals with the birth of the twins, Ya’akov and Esav. They prepared baby booklets about the twins and displayed them with great pride at their Torah siyum. A few children even volunteered to be in the “hot seat” and impersonate the characters they had learned about. The other students then asked them unrehearsed questions and their a ...

True to her name, Jazz Habani loves to sing and dance. Her Bat Mitzvah a few weeks ago carried a ‘hippy’ theme and Jazz’s friends turned hippy into happy, celebrating this milestone with Jazz and her family. Jazz is proud of her Israeli roots as 3 of her 4 grandparents live in Israel and she has had the privilege of visiting Israel 3 times! Jazz is an adoring little sister to ...

On Wednesday the 22nd of November , the Year 7 students walked to Sir David Brand School for Children with Special Needs. Once we arrived there, it was a little confronting and even a bit scary for the Year 7s , but after singing “Let it go” and introducing ourselves, we were able joyfully engage in a dancing session with the other students. After a lot of ruach, the Year 7s we ...