All the Primary School children had the opportunity to enjoy a snack in the sukkah at school this week. Each student got to shake the lulav and etrog and say the bracha. They had fun playing games and doing art activities with our new tzevet in the sukka ...

At the end of Term 3 the Year 5s enjoyed a creative outdoor lesson after viewing and discussing the work of Andy Goldsworthy, a sculptor, photographer and environmentalist who produces site-specific sculptures in natural settings. The students used elements of nature to create beautiful patterns and designs. ...

Seizing the opportunity of a small group and magnificent weather, we jumped onto the school bus and set off for a picnic lunch and a play at Braithwaite Park. We are so proud of how the children listened and followed the instructions, enabling us to have a truly wonderful afternoon The flying fox was a firm favourite (especially for Morot Debra and Dionne!), even pulling it ba ...

On Monday 18th September, Year 4 went to the Shipwreck Museum and The Literature Centre, in Fremantle. We visited the Shipwreck Museum to consolidate our history unit, where we have been learning about the Discovery of Australia. Our guide, Anna, took us through an activity that helped us to understand how archeologists use artefacts to discover about the lives of people who l ...

On Friday 15 September, Reserve General Gal Hirsch visited the Year 10 class at Carmel. At first, to be honest, many of us were underwhelmed. He did not look like a typical general with a sharp buzz cut, huge muscles and dog tags hanging from his neck. Then again, Israel isn’t a typical country. General Hirsch spoke of the challenges in his career. As Commander of all the troop ...

This year the Year 9 students were given the opportunity to enter the 59th Annual Science Talent Search competition organised by The Science Teachers Association of Western Australia. The Science Talent Search is a wonderful opportunity for students to develop their interests in Science through a competition with a range of categories that suit a wide variety of abilities and i ...

An enthusiastic group of students gave up their time during the school holiday to assist the residence of the Maurice Zeffort Home with their Sports day during National Seniors Week. They played a variety of tabloid sports games such as Javelin (using the inside of a paper towel roll), flag races and ring toss. To end off the students and residents enjoyed an exciting game of b ...

Each year the Science Teacher’s Association of Western Australia names one Secondary student across the state as the Young Scientist of the Year. These students are selected across all of the Science Talent Search entries in all categories from Year 7 to Year 12. This year there were hundreds of entries submitted. Mazel Tov to Jesse Gabriel for being named the 2017 STAWA Young ...

Congratulations to Mia Parry in Year 10 who won the national Mikolot Speech Competition in Sydney recently. Mia spoke on the difficult topic - It is not our character that determines our actions, it’s out actions that determine our character. We are so proud of her achievements, representing Carmel School on the national stage. Carmel has competed in this competition for the p ...

We are thrilled to announce the Year 12 Student Leadership team for 2018. Head Boy - Dylan Kotkis Head Girl - Ruth Karotkin Judaica Captains - Joel Mierowsky and Olivia Walters House Captains - Beersheva - Dean Kezurer, Teveria - Tyra Lipman, Yerushalayim - Noa Saddik, Zfat - Kaylene Schutz We know that these students, along with their classmates will bring strong, positiv ...