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We are incredibly proud of graduates Tal Levin and Riley Twyman who have been selected to exhibit in the 2018 Year 12 Perspectives Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Competition for this exhibition is fierce, with hundreds of students putting in submissions. Tal Levin has been interested in art for as long as she can remember, with painting being her preferred ...

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. ...

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 ...

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. ...

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. ...

Over the break Mrs Naeser deposited origami cranes made by last Year 4.1 class at the Hiroshima Peace Park in Japan. The origami crane has become an international symbol of peace and hope. ...

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 to congratulate John Schaffer AM, one of our Trustees, for receiving a Member medal in the Order of Australia Honours list, announced last night. John was honoured for significant service to the community through philanthropic contributions and governance roles with a range of health and cultural foundations. Mazel Tov! ...

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 ...