A Carmel School choir, comprising students from both the High and Primary Schools, performed last week at the 79th Commemoration of Kristallnacht. This service which is run under the auspices of the Council for Jews and Christians of WA, is a solemn evening, which commemorates the 2 day pogrom across the whole of Nazi Germany in 1938. Kristallnacht, which means “the night of br ...

Students in Years 3-5 as well as Years 7-8 enjoyed an amazing live performance on Monday called " The Herzl Show-dreams can come true." Students were fully engaged from the moment that they stepped into the drama room. The play was interactive and students were called up to participate. The play reinforced learning that has happened in the Israel Program in our school and enabl ...

The Kindy Pyjama party was held last week. Performing for their parents in their favourite onesies , dinosaur pyjamas or ‘Frozen’ princess dresses, our delightfully cute and wonderfully talented Kindy students dazzled parents and staff with a delicious display of songs and dances. Thank you to all the wonderful Kindy staff for their enthusiasm and expertise! ...

Four Carmel students Amy, Mia, Jada and Gemma have been selected to perform in Yolo-WA children’s theatre production of “IDifferent”, to be performed in Perth on the 22 and 23 December, this year. The story is about Robot 229, who is different, he malfunctions when around others and doesn’t want to get into the box like all the other robots. The story explores how the robot is ...

The Year 2s continue creating our pinch pot monsters. Our imaginations were flowing as we began turning our plans into reality. ...

Prep 1 created a beautiful mosaic artwork with a Rosh Hashana theme, which will be hung in the ELC. ...

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. ...

At the end of Term 3 the Year 5s enjoyed a creative outdoor lesson after viewing and discussing the work of Andy Goldsworthy, a sculptor, photographer and environmentalist who produces site-specific sculptures in natural settings. The students used elements of nature to create beautiful patterns and designs. ...

The Kindy students came to work in the High School Art Room to make ceramic honey pots for Rosh Hashana. They followed Morah Leanne’s instructions to roll and join coils of clay to build up their pots, finishing with a lid and handle. Morah Leanne was VERY impressed with their ability to build their pots as it take strong hand muscles to do this technique. Morah Leanne loved ...