In Term 3 selected Carmel Upper Primary school students participated in the 2017 Australian Mathematics Competition. It is one of the world’s great competitions with thousands of entrants from around Australia. The competition gives the students who have a passion for Mathematics an opportunity to showcase their amazing skills. We congratulate all our Primary participants. On M ...

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 ...

We had a beautiful morning was spent watching the Prep end of year concert earlier this month. The students wowed their parents and special visitors with dancing, singing and reciting, giving an overview of the incredible things they have learnt this year. After the show, they had the opportunity to sit with their parents and read the book gifted to them, a keepsake to always r ...

Year 5 students completed the preparatory phase of their student leadership training with Mrs Lynda Fisher this week. They are documenting their leadership journey in inspirational journals to assist them with developing personal strengths and identify areas of improvement both in themselves and in their school. Students will continue this journey throughout next year. Each stu ...

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 ...

Last week, the tzevet ran a fantastic activity commemorating and celebrating 70 years since the 29 November UN vote on the Partition Plan. Students in Years 7-9 learnt about that famous day, danced as Israelis did in the street on that special day and then enjoyed a glass of “gazoz” just as the Jews living in Israel did that night! ...

The Year 1-6 Concert played first to the Grandparents Club on Monday 27 November and then to a bursting at the seams house on Wednesday evening 29 November. The item integrated live footage of the games, honoured Australians who died in the bridge collapse and celebrated the athletes and our student participants in the Maccabi Games in the most artistically appealing manner. Ea ...