A number of students received Certificates of Academic Excellence and Academic Merit at the end of Semester 1 assembly, as well as Cultural Colours Badges and Bronze Awards, the latter recognising studies in Humanities. These awards celebrate the dedication and commitment by our students to their studies and their development, and we are extremely proud of all of them. To view ...

The Mock Trials season for 2018 has come to an end. Whilst neither Carmel team made the finals, I was incredibly proud of the commitment and effort shown, particularly in the recent Round 3. Both teams won this trial, and at one stage we received a request from the opposing team’s coach for our preparation notes. She wanted to know how our students became such strong barristers ...

As an additional tool to assist Year 10 students with their subject selection, and as further demonstration of its commitment to offering comprehensive and valuable guidance to students as they progress, Carmel has become one of only a handful of Schools in Western Australia to utilise the innovative Morrisby Online system   Students put in 100 minutes of concentration to the o ...

Carmel School is very proud of graduate Gina Steinberg, who commenced a double degree in Commerce and Science (Psychology) at Curtin University this year, after having won a prestigious John Curtin Undergraduate Scholarship. Gina is one of only ten students to be awarded the scholarship for 2018, which covers all course fees plus awards her $6,000 to use for an overseas exchang ...

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 ...

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. ...

On Monday the 18th June, I was delighted to welcome 16 Prep 1 students accompanied by Janine Cohen, Andy Kristal and Claudia Finocchiaro to the Sylvia and Harry Hoffman Library in the High School.The purpose of the visit was to familiarize the little historians with the History of Carmel School from February 1957, when the first Kindy class was started with 17 pupils, at the ti ...

Our exemplary Year One practitioner, Michelle Scher, was recently invited to showcase how she encouraged “Learning About Weather Through Inquiry," after the work she was doing with her students, using this approach was recognised as outstanding. The ways in which Mrs Scher facilitated discovery and learning with her students, was documented and published in the latest Associat ...

A group of our Year 12 Chemistry students attended the annual Titration Stakes held at Curtin University on the evening of Tuesday 19th June. The event, is a great opportunity for students who enjoy Chemistry to develop their practical skills. The three Carmel teams comprised, Joel Mierowsky, Kaylee Molin, Olivia Walters, Jason Fasser, Yannai Goldberg, Teagan Joffe, Aaron Grol ...