Aaron doesn’t do anything in life by halves. In preparation for his Bar Mitzvah, he not only learned to lain his entire Parsha of Chayei Sarah, he also learnt the parsha for the following week so that he could celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at school on the Monday afterwards! Aaron’s melodious voice pierced the hearts of PHC congregants as he davened Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday night ...

Above is alist of Board and Parent Consultation Group Members. Our video introducingCarmel's Parent Consultation Groupexplains the role this group will take. We look forward to a fruitful year of ideas and communications exchangeahead in 2022. The Board also wishes to warmly welcome, with effect from 31 January 2022, itstwo new Board Appointees,Jessica Barrett and Hadass ...

Len Butler, our much-loved veteran teacher of 23 years, retires as the 2021 school year draws to a close. We will miss him hugely! As is the way with AVѧԺ students and teachers, those who leave often come back. In this case, our OKC Sarah-Lee Meisels takes over the Year 5 teaching baton from Len for 2022. As Len says, “I taught Sarah-Lee when she was in Year 7 in 2002 ...

Shiri spoke about miracles and Chanukah for her Bat Mitzvah Dvar Torah, which is rather apt seeing as Shiri herself likes to photograph the miracles of nature with her camera. In her spare time, Shiri likes to take care of her cats, Terra and Bixy, and, like a true Carmel kid, has devoured all of the Harry Potter books with gusto! Shiri is excited to study media next year w ...

By Mrs Terri Spartalis

In Week 7, Year 7 students Ariel B and Hannah S and Year 8 Sacha R attended their fourth full-day session of the Young Writers Collective Program at Fremantle Literature Centre. The three students, along with students from a range of other schools, revelled in the opportunity to learn from engaging and inspiring fantasy author, Meg Caddy...

By Mr Paul Carter

Carmel entered a team of Year 5 and 6 students in the annual Touch Rugby Carnival at John XXIII on Thursday 11 November. Students played a mixed team format over seven games. A number of these players had trained conscientiously after school for several weeks prior so were well prepared for their encounters...

After researching our neighbouring countries, in Week 7 the Year 3s proudly set up a travel exhibition to showcase the countries they had learnt about. They amazed us with their posters, PowerPoints and traditional dances! ...

The 2021 AVѧԺ Chess Championship was held on Thursday 11 November. Run by chess instructor Jay, the competition included players from Years 1-6. Josh S, Josh K and Abbi F won chess books for their achievements, Mia C won the Best Female Player trophy (for a second year in a row), Yonatan K won the third-place trophy and Ezra L won the second place trophy - only half ...

On Tuesday 2 November, theYear 2s travelled to the Swan Guildford Historical Society. They participated in a guided tour of the Colonial Gaol and 'Taylor's Cottage' where they were fascinated to learn that the Taylor family lived in small one bedroom cottage with thirteen children! They also discovered that in 1829, merit awards used to be made from wood with metal inserts. ...

In Week 6, our Year 3s visited the Scitech planetarium to learn more about how Earth rotates on its axis and how shadows are formed. They also explored the general exhibition area, discovering the science behind how different things work. ...