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We’re incredibly proud of Carmel Science teacher, Anne Poustie who recently attended the STAWA (Science Teachers Association of WA) BHP Awards. Anne was chosen out of all science teachers in WA as the State nominee and was one of seven finalists attending the prestigious event. “It was fun, it was really nice to meet new people. I was definitely overwhelmed; they were amazing f ...

Carmel was very honoured to welcome Tzipi Livni to our school last week. Tzipi is a former acting Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, Justice Minister, Foreign Affairs Minister as well as holding other senior government posts. It was a great privilege to hear her speak, answer our students’ questions and spend some time with the Year 10s as they begin their preparation for S ...

With all that he did for his Bar Mitzvah, Naftali was  beginning his journey to fulfil his dream: to be a first class chazzan, just like his dad. Naftali led the Minyan for Shacharit before his laining and his melodious, joyous davening was the impetus for a festive, ruach-filled celebration at Bnei camp, marking his commencement of Jewish adulthood. Naftali is enjoying Maths t ...

Our Year 11 Peer Support Leaders were given their badges at Assembly in the first week of the term. They’ll be responsible for the great initiative of mentoring our new Year 7s. ...

Our Primary School students celebrated Tu Bishvat, the birthday of the trees, by eating olives, dates and sultanas - the fruits of Israeli trees – creating paintings and going on a treasure hunt. Our Kindies had lots of fun planting. Thank you PHC and Rebbetzin Liat for a lovely incursion and for providing us with the seedlings and pots. ...

Thank you to JNF, and especially to Nikki Leib and Esther Wende, for the opportunity for us to hear from our special guest this morning, Naftali Aklum. You couldn't hear a pin drop during his presentation. Naftali was just one year old when his family was part of the Mossad’s secret mission to save thousands of Ethiopians and smuggle them safely into Israel. Naftali’s brother, ...

Over the past year, as Ari has practised for his Barmitzvah, those who work at PHC have been treated to a weekly musical concert. Ari loves singing, playing the piano and guitar and is the star of the Carmel School band. Ari has a joie de vivre that is infectious – his first year in High School has been full of spirit and soul as he has embraced every opportunity and given his ...

For our New Service Learning course, Year 8 students have been sewing pouches for Express WildLife Rescue.  They added fabric to donated pillowcases to make them the correct size. Next they will tie dye them. We’ll then be going out to Express to help with cleaning enclosures, feeding joeys and other animals. ...

Sunday 9 February was Green Sunday, JNF’s annual Tu-B’shvat appeal, which traditionally raises funds to go towards greening Israel. This year, however, due to the devastating bush fires in Australia, 50% of the funds raised will be directed locally to supporting wildlife and nature recovery efforts through the JNF & WWF Restoration Support Program. The other 50% of the Gre ...

Towards the end of Term Three last year, we surveyed parents, students and staff of Carmel. These surveys are conducted each year and give us a good understanding of how the different groups within the community experience the School. It also provides a platform for staff, parents and students to give anonymous feedback. We had an excellent response rate to the survey and it yi ...