Academic years 1 through 6.

Year 5 student Jake Dembo, who is in the Tennis West Junior Development Program, was selected to attend the Mastercard Hopman Cup 2019 media conference. Jake has been part of the Junior Development squad for the last three years. Jake is commended for his success in tournaments during which he played against children in the under 12 age group. The media release from the confer ...

On Thursday 28th June, the Year Four’s visited Perth Zoo to use their mapping skills. The students were divided into small groups, with a parent or teacher supervisor, and were given a set of instructions and a map of the zoo. As they followed their specific instructions, they were required to answer questions about what they saw or passed along the way.   Before lunch, they ...

On Thursday 28th of June, the Year 5’s visited The Literature Centre where they discovered the interesting story of Moondyne Joe, WA's best known Bushranger. After lunch they went to the Fremantle prison, where they were escorted around by the tour guides, saw the cells, and where exactly Moondyne Joe escaped from. The visit helped them to learn a lot about life in prison for ...

On Tuesday 26th June, twenty girls from years 3 to 6 competed in the WA interschool gymnastics competition. The girls have been training hard in the early mornings for the past few months to perfect their vault, beam and floor routines. The competition included over 65 students, competing in 11 teams from six different schools. The gymnasts all performed exceptionally on the d ...

On Thursday 21st June, the whole of Year 6 and some Year 5 students, participated in the IPSHA (Independent Primary School Heads of Australia) Winter Carnival hosted by JTC. Many independent schools gathered together to play netball, soccer and footy for the entire day. The students had been developing their skills for these sports over the term and did themselves proud, demon ...

This term as part of Prep's visual arts focus, we studied Hanoch Piven. Piven was born in Uruguay and raised in Israel and is known for his comedic celebrity caricatures. We looked at some of Piven's artwork on the Internet and encouraged the children to give it a 'thumbs up' if they liked his artwork or a 'thumbs down' if they did not like it. They had to provide a reason why. ...

Last week, members of the primary school chess team journeyed to Leeming Primary School to play in a chess tournament. The competition was intense and our amazing players led Carmel School to second place. The Carmel chess players commit to meeting at 7.30am every Tuesday as well as every Thursday at lunchtime, and this awesome win proves that hard work, practice and commitmen ...

Science and Technology is alive and well in Year Six as students grappled recently with the mysteries of Electricity. Using their knowledge of circuits and structural design, students are having a great time making their our own lighthouses. ...

With the school holidays on the horizon, many parents of younger kids might be wondering what to do, especially with the weather outside being more unpredictable at this time of the year. As such, we interviewed our fabulous Kindy teachers, Morah Deb and Morah Dionne, to get their top tips for keeping the kids entertained this July. “Don’t let the weather decide your mood! Pop ...

Last Thursday our Kindy friends were lucky to have Cara, the eco fairy come to visit! Cara encouraged the Kindy’s to become eco heroes by helping to look after our beautiful environment and learning to care for Mother Earth. Through songs and demonstrations, including the opportunity to plant their own seeds, the children learnt all about recycling, composting and being kind to ...