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Carmel School is an International Baccalaureate (IB) Continuum School authorised for the highly regarded and globally acclaimed Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP).

The school has embraced this programme because the learning attributes it espouses closely resemble the school’s own, and because it aims to develop internationally minded people who recognise their shared guardianship of an interconnected world. At the core of this is the IB Learner Profile.

International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes aim to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who are motivated to succeed.

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

At Carmel School we are critical and creative thinkers who:

  • aspire to academic excellence.

  • apply knowledge in a variety of contexts, and communicate effectively through the written and spoken word. 

  • seek a range of perspectives from multiple and varied sources, and understand and implement intellectual property rights. 

At Carmel School we are effective communicators who:

  • demonstrate an ability to read, write, listen and speak accurately, analytically and creatively to a diverse audience, and in a variety of languages.

  • utilise technology responsibly to enhance communication and collaboration. 

At Carmel School we are lifelong learners who:

  • exercise leadership and take on a variety of roles within groups. 

  • proactively set goals that are challenging and realistic. 

  • consistently practise strategies to develop and maintain emotional and social wellbeing. 

At Carmel School we are globally minded citizens who:

  • actively participate in community service, both locally and internationally.

  • promote mutual respect, appreciation and acceptance among people of diverse backgrounds, cultures and abilities. 

At Carmel School we are spiritually aware citizens who:

  • demonstrate respect for oneself and the dignity of others.

  • appreciate and respect Jewish heritage, identity, tradition, culture, learning and values (regardless of affiliation) and Hebrew language.

Physical Education/Health Classes

PE classes form an integral part of the IB curriculum for all students from Nursery to Grade 10. In Grades 11-12, the PE Department offers PE class to support their Creativity, Activity and Service expectations. The curriculum is extensive and offers exposure to a wide range of sporting activities.