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As we near the end of Term 2 and reach the halfway mark of 2022, I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on my time so far at Carmel School. This time next week, I am lucky enough to be travelling to Israel with the JNF Educators’ tour, so this will be the final Perth-based Harris Post of the semester. We have had a hugely busy term. COVID finally hit Carmel School during T ...

We recently connected with Jordan Saddik (OKC 2016) at a very exciting time in his life! Jordan and his business partner have just launched a web-based platform where users can create and share events - called Envited. Read more about Jordan's impressive journey below.    What year did you graduate from Carmel School?  2016 What did you enjoy most about attending Carmel School? ...

For me, books are really special things. They hold memories, they help us learn and they enable some of us with overactive thoughts to switch our minds off, just occasionally. When they were little, my children weren’t allowed in the car without a book and, for long trips, it had to be a whole box full. It was the only way to guarantee peace for at least part of the journey and ...

Thank you all for attending the 2022 AGM for Carmel School and its associated entity. You have done yourself, your family and our community a great service by investing your time to be more connected and engaged with Our School. I will start tonight by introducing my fellow board members and a few the School’s Senior Leaders, who will wave or stand when their name is mentioned: ...

As Carmel School prepares for the commencement for Secondary School exams, Year 11 ATAR student, Maytal V, who is juggling three Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) subjects, shares her experience and preparation strategy. Among her other subjects, Maytal is undertaking Business Management, Economics and Politics and Law under the HASS banner and considers it a passion. HASS ...

Those of us who were once parents of very small children will doubtless remember the days of urging our offspring to “Share! Share nicely!”, at various points in their upbringing.  COVID restrictions have meant that we have not been able to share our school and learning with groups of parents as often as we would have liked to over the past few months, but as those restrictions ...

Safety and security are two things which have so much relevance and so many meanings in a school context. Teachers are constantly considering the physical and psychological safety of their students, usually subconsciously ; mainly because if a student is going to learn effectively, they have to feel safe. If they are to be prepared to take risks in class or ask questions to cla ...

We have warmly welcomed several new members to our teaching staff this year, one of them being Ms Paula Frost, High School teacher of English and HASS. Originally pursuing a career in media and communications, starting out as a newspaper journalist and then taking on a variety of communications roles, Paula always knew she would eventually tread a different path. “I always ha ...

With High School exams around the corner, Carmel School is emphasising the importance of recreational activities as a technique to combat the stress many students experience during this time. The School partners with Elevate Education every year, conducting study skills seminars and inspiring students to adopt healthy studying habits. According to their Science of Student Succ ...

When I started working at Carmel School, I was told I would soon notice the benefits of a school with a strong sense of community and during the past fortnight, I have seen this in action. We have been hit hard by COVID-19. With very few days missed during Term 1, this situation has now been reversed and I think that towards the end of this week, we broke the threshold of havin ...