On Friday the 29th June, JNF will be collecting money from primary school students, if you can please send in tins from home on that day. JNF will be outside the canteen before recess to collect the money and students will be called with their class to bring their tin. Each student who brings in a tin will receive a small gift from JNF in appreciation of the donation and if stu ...

What started as an idea to get students to read Alan Dershowitz’s book “The Case for Israel’ ahead of his visit to Perth, Morah Shula’s Book Club has now become an ingrained part of the High School Carmel experience. Over 15 students signed up to read "The Case for Israel", leading to a lunchtime discussion of favourite chapters and vital lessons learnt from the readings. The C ...

Following discussions between the Student Representative Council and the High School Management team, this week sees the launch of a brand new Social Zone in the High School. The space in an existing classroom, will be open to all High School students over lunchtime on a Tuesday and Thursday each week, and will encourage, through creative activities, games and sports, a chance ...

Emma loves to sing and dance and has been tapping her feet and stretching her vocal chords since the age of 2! She aspires to be a fashion designer or make up artist when she grows up, two avenues that will utilise and honour her artistic and creative talents. However, what is most special about Emma is that she always chooses kindness. She looks to see what she can do to make ...

On Friday the 8th of June, Maia Hilu, Jake Range, Noam Goldberg and Gadiel Fisher went to represent Carmel School in the WA Brain Bee competition, against 21 other schools with four candidates within each group. During the drive to UWA, we tested each other on the Brain. The four of us arrived at the entrance of UWA, collected our nametags, a bag full of goodies and waited for ...

Tommer Cohen of Year 3.2 has donated dozens of excellent titles, both Hebrew and English, to our library from his private collection. Thank you, Tommer! ...

It was a very exciting recess on Thursday this week, as the full cast list for our 2019 musical, The Wizard of Oz, was announced! To see the full list of cast, click here. ...

A big thank you to all those who supported the recent Scholastic Book Fair.  As yet the final total has not been calculated, but we are on track to have sold more than $3100 worth of books!! This means Mrs Naeser our Primary School Librarian, has been able to select $930.00 worth of books for our children to enjoy.  Congratulations also go to the following worthy winners of bo ...

This year, the English department is coordinating Carmel School’s inaugural reading week. The purpose of this week is to encourage reading across the high school. The following are just some of the known benefits of reading fiction: It maintains and improves one’s ability to comprehend. Research has shown that students who are ‘a-literate’ (can read but choose not to) actual ...

Maytal’s favourite time of the year is Pesach where she sits around the seder table with family and friends, taking part in the mitzvot and customs that have accompanied our people since the Exodus. Maytal is proud of her family history, which stems from Russia, Romania, Czechoslovakia and of course, Israel, where her parents and older brother were born. Maytal is a young lady ...