Our Junior Athletics Afternoon was enjoyed by all – races, relays, duck races, toddler race, teacher and parent races. here are a selection of photos from the day.
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TBall: With the disappointing news that the TBall Interschools Tournament was cancelled due to venue issue, Miss Hennessey got to work and was able to quickly pull together a fun afternoon for the teams to put their skills to the test. Each team played three games; Mt Carmel 1 won 1, lost 2 and Mt […]
Fifty of our children took part in this year’s Top Schools event which is organised by the Rotary Club of East Auckland, partaking in fun sporting events such as Wobbly Wheels, Gumboot Throw, Ski Run and the Slippery Slope to name a few. The children had a fantastic time taking part in these activities and showed […]
Our Year 6 children went on their annual trip to MERC, the Sir Peter Blake Marine Education & Recreation Centre, based at Long Bay, Auckland. They offer marine based environmental education and outdoor recreational experiences. The children get to participate in outdoor education opportunities and the day allows them to try new experiences and for some […]
On the first day of school this year we welcomed 22 new children to Mt Carmel. We got a photo of some of them as they turned up with their families to wish them well on their first day here.
Korimako and Weka Classes have enjoyed making Slime as part of their Science Focus Topic this term. This experiment showed the children how Scientific concepts such as “reaction” and “state of matter” result when different substances are mixed together.
The school Cross Country Competition was a very successful event with all the children taking part and doing their very best. We saw some great running performances, and congratulate the individual winners. This year’s winning house was St Mary MacKillop.
Book Week culminated in a fantastic costume parade. The children enjoyed dressing up as their favourite book character, and had the opportunity to showcase this to the rest of the school. The week’s activities, including the character parade and visiting show, were a great way to celebrate books and encourage a joy of reading amongst […]
At the conclusion of Bullying Free NZ Week, we celebrated with Pink Shirt Day. The PTA organised a number of events to mark the day which were enjoyed by all the students. The Disco at lunchtime was a highlight of the Day.
Last week the whole school enjoyed a Football For Schools taster session, taking part in skills training and giving it a go in the inflatable pitch. Football for Schools also offer after school sessions – see their website for details