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Carmel School is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Julie Harris as the new Principal, commencing in January 2022. This appointment follows an extensive search resulting in a very strong field of candidates from many of the leading independent schools in WA and Australia. Dr Harris will take over this leadership role from Mrs Shula Lazar, who has ably led the School for ...

We are incredibly proud of Tanna (Dorot Carmel, 2020) whose artwork was selected for inclusion in this year’s Pulse Perspectives exhibition at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Inspired by local artist Donna Franklin, her unique piece, made entirely of dehydrated fruits, is a comment on the environmental impact of the fashion industry and food wastage. “I carefully sliced t ...

The P&F is excited to have a new fundraising project for this year. We are hoping to raise $4000 to help refurbish and revitalise the Primary School library.  Mrs Lazar and the Primary School leadership team approached the P&F with a plan to create a reading hub specifically designed for the junior students. We want to refurbish part of the library with new furniture, b ...

On 12 May we watched our Wednesday afternoon German Wheel Club students honing their skills in the gymnasium and even had a go to see what all the excitement is about. Wow, is it exhilarating! Coach Emma Gardiner of Perth Wheel is the only trained Wheel teacher in WA – how lucky we are to have her. Student Rachel B said, “The German Wheel is one of the most enjoyable and fun th ...

The local finals of Mikolot were held on Thursday 13 May in front of all Year 10s, staff and parents (via Zoom) and the competition was tight! All five finalists - Ashri, David, Jess, Ari and Lucy - did an amazing job. Their prepared speeches responded to how the pandemic has challenged them personally, as well as links to their faith. Speakers gave outstanding responses and ou ...

On Wednesday 12 May our Year 7 Maths class students divided themselves into faction groups and worked on multiple different question sheets, each containing different problems to solve. Those successful in getting their problems right were given the green light by Ms Bughiu to shake the dice and move their coloured faction markers on the on-screen Snakes and Ladders game. If th ...

On Friday 21 May our High School was a hive of activity as the next round of the House Cultural Competition took place. Students were immersed in activities from chess, building structures and debating as they fiercely competed on behalf of their Houses. Kol Hakovod to all who participated! Log in to Facebook to see Round 1 photos here and a few more from Round 2 here.  ...

By Ms Anna Lee  Our Novices debate team, Sarah G, Rachel B, Hannah S, Maya F, Matthew R and Aaron L (mostly Year 7s who have never debated before) have won all three of their debates so far this debating season, despite having a postponement due to COVID lockdown and having to prep for two topics at once.    The Juniors, Sofia K, Asher R, Jordan R, Michael Y, Ariella S and Na ...

We really love the flow of experiences between students from our High and Primary School campuses. Year 10 student Jazz H is currently working on Wednesdays and Fridays with Morah Janine and her Prep 1 class in an informal work experience ‘taster’ and wow, do our Preps love her visits! Mrs Paula O’Tool, Learning Support Teacher, noted, “Jazz is completing work experience in Pre ...

Before school for the past two years, Louis G has proudly hoisted our three flags every morning then taken them down each afternoon, but he's been concerned that our Australian flag was too small. He wrote a letter to Vince Connelly MP (Member of Parliament for the City of Stirling), requesting a new Australian flag and was very excited to receive an invitation to pick up a new ...