Our School Captains, Dylan Kotkis and Ruth Karotkin, recently attended the AICC (WA) Dr Harold Clough AO OBE, Annual Event, which saw Andrew Forrest AO, Chairman and Founder of Fortescue Metals Group and Chairman of the Minderoo Foundation, speak on 'Turning Australia around and leaving no-one behind'.  The event which was offered by the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce to ...

This Term in Science the Year 7’s have been looking at classification systems. Last week, our focus was on Animal phyla and we had an in depth look at the Phylum Arthropoda ending the topic with Cockroach Dissections.  We were very proud of how mature the students were with their first Science dissection. We were very pleased to see them enjoying the lesson so much!  Well don ...

This week, we sincerely thank Jeanette and Joe Berinson for donating two complete sets of Talmud Bavli  (20 Volumes in each set). Both the sets have been donated in appreciation of Dr. Michael Levitt’s former leadership of the school and his personal professional care and consideration.  All the books have been catalogued and added to Beit Midrash Library of Carmel High School ...

As part of the Year 9 Drama program, students have been studying realistic theatre and performed various scenes in this style in the Kadima Theatre this week. The performances were assessed and had an audience of Year 9 peers and parents. Well done to all involved. ...

Thanks go to Matt and Deena Doyle for their donation of The Crooked Sixpence by Jennifer Bell and Hatched: Celebrating 20 years of the Tim Winton Award for Young Writers, in honour of their daughter Eva’s 10th birthday – also for The War Next Door by Phil Farle in honour of their younger daughter Meisha’s 8th birthday. Thank you grandparents Judy and Neville Rosen for their do ...

The Force was strong at Carmel this week as some of our students and staff celebrated May the 4th! Great fun was had by all. Pictured are Troy Hemetsberger and Reuben Finn of Year 7. ...

Carmel School recently donated a batch of its old computers to Cambodian Medical Students via Rotary. We are told that these will make an incredible difference for them, and of course there are the wonderful flow on effects to the community. The computers in question were considered too old and slow for use at Carmel. It is incredible that what is considered waste in Austral ...

Carmel School was delighted to host an art exhibition showcasing the work of the Really Useful Recyclers, a unique enterprise of two young men with Autism, Joshua Flintoff (21) and Courtney Smith (21), committed to producing inspiring PaperArt products from recycled used and unsold newspapers.  The exhibition, which was officially opened by Hon Stephen Dawson MLC, Minister for ...

The Year 4 students and their parents enjoyed a fun interactive and educational evening to celebrate Lag Ba’omer. They spent time with their parents learning in a chevruta, discussing a meaningful text and participating in tables in a picture quiz. They then headed outside for a delicious BBQ dinner cooked to perfection by Mr Lawrence and ate together around the fires in the am ...

There has been a lot of discussion following the release of Gonski 2.0 and it provides much food for thought for anyone in the education space – parents and practitioners alike. At first the recommendations in the report seem vital if we are to produce school graduates who have the necessary skills to function and positively contribute to a world of "significant economic, soci ...