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Petta Baker from SUEZ popped in to check on how the Carmel garden is progressing. Louis G, Sam B and their wonderful EA, Karen Blumberg, worked tremendously hard preparing the garden for Spring planting. They have planted lovely butternut pumpkin and some beautiful Asian greens, fresh herbs and corn. Petta was amazed to see the progress we have made and the hard work that the s ...

A jam-packed assembly was enjoyed by students and special guests on Friday 6 September in the High School. The assembly opened with a recognition of the invaluable contribution made to Carmel by Dr Harry and Mrs Sylvia Hoffman. Morah Shula began by sharing her heartfelt friendship and the extraordinary commitment of Dr and Mrs Hoffman and their family to our school. The audienc ...

Week 8 was Wellness Week in the High School: a chance for students and teachers to refocus and reinvigorate themselves ahead of a busy assessment period.  Each day the Year 10s organised activities during recess and lunch times that aimed to encourage all students to get involved with something different during their breaks. These activities focused on the eight ingredients of ...

Recently the High School celebrated Reading Week. Hosted by the English Department, Reading Week was a chance for students and staff to celebrate literature, and perhaps re-engage with their love of reading. Throughout the week, students took part in a range of activities with a literature twist. In Mentor, students participated in a competition to create the best tweet, hasht ...

We are the Champions- once again! Congratulations to Carmel 1: Chaya B, Rebecca S and Aviya S for becoming the WADL Grand Final Junior Champions for the second year in a row! Last week, our students debated against Perth Modern on the topic, ‘That this House regrets the commercialisation of Environmentalism.’ An engaging and thought-provoking debate, our students argued the af ...

On Wednesday 11 September, the Year 10 Drama students performed in their first Youth On Health Festival (YOH Fest), competing against a number of different schools. The 10s devised, wrote, acted and designed the short play titled ‘Echoes of Yesterday’, with research input from Michele Galanti, and exploration of different styles of theatre in class and many after school rehears ...

Enthusiastic participants and loads of parental support typify Carmel Athletics Carnivals. Add to this mix, mild weather and a close competition for best performing faction and you have a day full of excitement. With the championship jumps completed earlier in the week, the carnival featured a number of keenly contested sprint races from the Kindy and Prep activities, the Year ...

On 21 August, 20 Year 5 and 6 students made their way out to Manning Park in Spearwood to compete in the State Orienteering Championships. Armed with maps and a good sense of direction, they sprinted off to locate all the control stations, aiming to get back to base in the quickest time possible. They enjoyed the challenge of the experience and a day out in the sunshine. ...

Carmel Primary School has the third best Chess team in Western Australia! Out of 12 primary schools who qualified for the Chess Association of WA's Interschool State Finals, only five schools attended the event. During The championship each team, consisting of the best four players from each school plus a reserve player, played twice against any other school. The Carmel Prima ...

On Wednesday 4 September the Year 3s took part in Jumps Day, where they participated in long jump, triple jump and turbo javelin. ...