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COVID has been the ultimate disrupter, calling into question how we live, from shopping to socialising to working. Being forced to examine how we act has brought some unexpected wins, one of those being the smoother morning drop offs for our Primary School students. With parents off campus, even our youngest students have embraced the responsibility thrust upon them and our mor ...

Kiara graduated from UWA last year with a Master of Professional Engineering (Mechanical) with Distinction (she was one of two females in her cohort to receive this honour). Kiara was also recently awarded the William and Marlene Schrader Prize in Biomedical Engineering from UWA. This prize acknowledges the student who achieves the highest mark for their final year Thesis in th ...

We have continued our explorations in Year 1. In Week 7, we investigated sound, exploring how sound travels and the different sounds and pitches we can make.  OKC Sasha Benatar is an audiologist.  She came to speak to us to explain how our ears work and how we need to care for our ears.  After Sasha left, we helped her by making posters to encourage people to have their hearing ...

Our innovative Preps have got a hair salon up and running. Some of the kids are working on their stylist skills and some are keen on the admin/management side of the business. So much fun! ...

Our Kindies have been learning about families and the different family members everyone has. The twist? The learning has been a part of their Hebrew vocab development! And the learning has been accompanied by some beautiful artistic creations! ...

Another treasure found in the High School library clear-out (thanks to Mr Yakov Broude) The First Thirteen Years, a collection of Carmel School happenings from 1959 to 1971. "Twenty-three pupils attended the School this year compared to 12 in 1959 and an anticipated 35-45 in 1961. The School, in the coming year, will establish its 3rd (and it is hoped 4th) Grade," says the 1960 ...

To make way for our new teaching space in the high school library mezzanine, we have been sorting and cataloguing some of the School archives. There have been some wonderful finds! Do you recognise yourself in one of these class photos? ...

The new month has begun – welcome Chodesh Tamuz from our Tzevet! As part of Hebrew Week, the Tzevet gave out orange juice (and a lot of good cheer) on Wednesday 1 July across both campuses because the word ‘Tamuz’ sounds a bit like the word for the fruit orange, ‘Tapuz’. Why not celebrate that? ...

By Rafael C, Gili P, Liv S, Maya R and Aviya S Along with the other year 12s, we were lucky enough to experience two incredible days of Hebrew Camp in Week 9. Despite the unfortunate circumstances that prevented us from having a sleepover, the camp was perfect. The overarching theme of the camp was ‘mutual responsibility,’ and was explored through several activities and informa ...

Ariella S, alongside Miriam Sherman, one of our bachurot, completed the learning of the book of Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) and held a siyum on Wednesday 24 June during Torah stream. This complex book, written by King Solomon, is an unusual choice for a High School student and we are extremely proud of Ariella for her achievements. Thanks to Miriam for all her efforts. Chazak chazak ...