Last Thursday 24 May, Mrs Fisher, Mrs Wee, Mrs Thorpe and Mr Hemetsberger attended the WA Education Summit at Optus Stadium to investigate best practice using information learning technology. This summit highlighted the need to develop skills associated with creativity, deep thinking and problem solving along with digital literacy via a range of technology platforms to ensure ...

Here at Carmel, in partnership with our parents, we are honoured to be able to equip our students with all they need to succeed in life, including the best possible ATAR for University entry. We are also proud of those students who have chosen to study VET courses in order to pursue their chosen careers, and last year we had four students complete VET courses with much success. ...

Over the past two years, Carmel’s visits and involvement in the Maurice Zeffert Home have increased. Every Tuesday morning a different High School mentor group goes to the MZH to have breakfast with the residents, giving them an opportunity to talk and break bread together. On Fridays, after wowing our students and parents with their performance, primary students who have perfo ...

A Shavuot assembly was held in the primary school last week. Students brought bikkurim and were entertained by the Year 4/5 dance troupe. It was so lovely to see our confident and bright Year 2 students provide gifts for the Maurice Zeffert Residents and the Village. Years 3-6 kindly donated tinned food to Menorah charity. Thank you to all the families who have generously given ...

As part of our Health unit we have been learning about hygiene. This week we learnt about why it is important to wash our hands. To try and make the abstract concept of germs more concrete for the children to understand we are doing a science experiment to see what happens to a piece of bread that we touched with dirty hands. The children hypothesised what they think will happe ...

Last Wednesday the Year Sixes enjoyed a visit from the Red Cross as part of their history programme which looks at migration. The students looked at individual migrant stories and learnt about the plight of refugees. One of the activities they experienced was role playing what it felt like to be an asylum seeker and the difficult decisions that people are forced to make. The st ...

On Wednesday 23 March 2018 the Carmel Chess Team entered an interschool chess tournament at Mt Lawley Primary School. The children displayed good sportsmanship and played skilfully. Nine schools participated and the Carmel Team came third. Thank you to Shai and Jay for all your support and encouragement. ...

It’s rapidly approaching our annual Book Fair on Thursday 31 May. It will take place in the Sylvia and Harry Hoffman Hall Foyer before and after School, with profits from the books sold used to buy new books for our Primary School Library. We are looking forward to your ongoing support. ...

Code Camp are excited to return to Carmel Primary School​ ​during the Winter Holidays to teach your child how to code, or continue them on their coding journey to build their very own iPhone or Android apps! Code Camp has already taught more than 35,000 students in Australia and is a great way to spend time over the holidays, as kids have lots of fun with friends while learning ...

Congratulations to the Year 10 Mock Trials team who secured a win against tough competition on Thursday night. Barristers Daniel Tucker and Toni Grolman were polished and professional in the imposing Supreme Court. They were assisted beautifully by the “learned counsel” of Jacob Range, and supported by strong witnesses Isabella Rosenberg and Lev Kagan. Eden-Lee Schaffer complet ...