In late June, the Year Three classes hosted a very professional and well-researched 'travel expo.' Working in teams, students spent a last week and a half learning about different countries in the Oceania and Asia-Pacific regions, and preparing posters and presentations on these countries. Visitors to the travel expo included Year Four students, teachers, parents and grandparen ...

Carmel Novice and Junior Debaters faced fierce competition all term. All teams prepared well and showed their tenacious spirits when they came up against strong opposition. Late in the term, the Junior Team debated the topic: That we should return cultural property residing in museums to their place of origin, and the team should be congratulated on their astute rebuttal skill ...

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 ...

Construction is underway on the new Asher and Fraida Shapiro Innovation Lab. This new facility, to be located on the second floor of the Science building, will be a modern, multi-purpose lab that is able to accommodate design, digital and engineering technology classes (including robotics) as well as physics classes and STEM workshops. The lab will be fitted out with team works ...

Jordan Foster from ySafe, completed online safety information sessions with all Primary School year groups at the end of June. She showed students handy hints on how to keep safe online and more importantly helped them recognise how to know if they felt unsafe. By the end of their session the students could tell Jordan how they keep themselves safe in the real world and then h ...

Did you know that there is a range of extra-curricular clubs that run at the Primary School? The clubs run during lunch times and after school and cover interests as broad as yoga, gardening, chess, Jump Jam, coding, robotics, Israeli dancing, chess and jewellery. All club activities are supervised by a staff member, and offered free of charge to students. You can find out more ...

We will be holding our school photos on July 26 (for sporting teams, band members and art trip students), August 2 (Primary School) and August 3 (High School). More information will follow in due course, but please mark these dates in your diaries. ...

We encourage all families who are considering applying for Kindy or Pre-Primary next year to do so before the end of August. Applications received on or before this date will be eligible for an enrolment discount of $1200 applied over the first three years of schooling ($400 per year). There is no cost to apply or enrol at Carmel School. ...

In Term Two, the Year 8 English students participated in a heart-warming collaboration activity with the Year 2s in the Primary School. Year 8s had completed an activity which required them to produce their own Picture Books with a meaning, message and value, for a particular target audience. This was a fantastic opportunity for them to have an audience of young readers to sha ...