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. ...

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 ...

Thanks go to Nikki and Ralph Leib for their donation of How to Hypnotise a Droid by Joshie Lefers, Lost in the Jungle by Greyson Mann and The Poppa Platoon by Danny Katz, in honour of Asher’s 6th birthday, on the 18th June 2018. ...

Week Ten, Term Two, has seen the launch of Carmel School’s inaugural reading week, co-ordinated by the English Department. The purpose of this week is to encourage reading across the high school and each day sees activities held over recess and lunch, centred around the promotion of books. Activities have included a Book Swap station, where students are encouraged to bring in ...

What started as an idea to get students to read Alan Dershowitz’s book “The Case for Israel’ ahead of his visit to Perth, Morah Shula’s Book Club has now become an ingrained part of the High School Carmel experience. Over 15 students signed up to read "The Case for Israel", leading to a lunchtime discussion of favourite chapters and vital lessons learnt from the readings. The ...

It was a very exciting recess on Thursday this week, as the full cast list for our 2019 musical, The Wizard of Oz, was announced! To see the full list of cast, click here. ...

As part of the Year 9 Drama program, students have been studying realistic theatre and performed various scenes in this style in the Kadima Theatre this week. The performances were assessed and had an audience of Year 9 peers and parents. Well done to all involved. ...

Carmel School was delighted to host an art exhibition showcasing the work of the Really Useful Recyclers, a unique enterprise of two young men with Autism, Joshua Flintoff (21) and Courtney Smith (21), committed to producing inspiring PaperArt products from recycled used and unsold newspapers.  The exhibition, which was officially opened by Hon Stephen Dawson MLC, Minister for ...

We are delighted to see what a success the Chess Club has been. The numbers have grown steadily and students skills have been developing greatly. Well done to all involved for their continued enthusiasm and dedication. ...

The Year 11 and 12 Visual Arts students visited the Art Gallery of WA to view the Year 12 Perspectives exhibition. There were a range of works on show from paintings, prints sculptures, multi-media and many combinations of these art forms. There were two artworks from Carmel's 2017 students, Riley Twyman and Tal Levin. We felt very proud to view their works exhibited in such a ...