Research & Opinion

Bold Park

The Importance of Clay

Gabbi Lovelady outlines the Importance of Clay (an extract from communication with parents) We will have clay available all year for the children as it is a medium that offers so much. It is a wonderful, natural resource from the earth that provides sensory stimulation…

Read more
Bold Park

Intentional Rituals

Following is an extract from one educators “Reflective Journal” published this week by Brooke and Renae. It is a magical read! *** As I reflect on our 2017 Whole School Focus of relationships and connectedness, I have been considering the rituals that are present in…

Read more
Bold Park

Reconciliation Action Plan

A Special Message and Announcement from Nicole Hunter: Kaya (Hello) Dear Families I was delighted to launch the Reconciliation Action Plan at the Grad -i-tude event last Tuesday 23rd November, 2016). In the opening to the event I also introduced to the community, Neville Collard. Neville is…

Read more
Bold Park

Busy Bee – Social Fabric, Social Capital

Nicole Hunter (Pedagogista) On Saturday’s Busy Bee, a valiant team managed to complete the construction of a new shed for the WildSpace.  The ‘shed build’ is a visible  example of the support and commitment  our families and staff, provide to the school, that is such…

Read more
Bold Park

Connecting in our Wilderness Playgroup

Experiencing relationships through participation in a community, such as our playgroup, is an important transition for young children. Stepping out from the comfort and security of home and immediate family to encounter other people and new places is both exciting and challenging. For some children…

Read more

Categories

From the Principal

AGM and Compliance Information Package 2016

The AGM and Compliance Information for 2016 is now available online. Read more

ANZAC Ceremony

Strategic Priority – A Flourishing Community

Strategic Focus – Leading Practices and Philosophy

Priority 1 – Children at the Centre

More Posts
From The Students

Mothers’ Day Treats

Happy Mothers’ Day to all of our Super Mums! Our children and teachers enjoyed creating some magic together …... Read more

Literature – “cultivating a culture of optimism and hope”

Developing Resilience through Robot Design

Designing Solutions!

Too Many Cooks in the Pre-Kindy Kitchen? NEVER!

More Posts
Our Stories

Wandering and Wondering at Galup (Pre-Primary)

Brooke and Renae share their adventures from their visit to Galup (Lake Monger) What a beautiful morning for an... Read more

“What ANZAC Day Means” – Town Of Cambridge Commemorative Service

Learning the Noongar Seasons with Artist, Justin Martin (Year 5 & 6)

I Went To A Garden Party!

Woven Whispers – Thanks to Maggie Johns!

More Posts
Research & Opinion

“Throwing Our Hat in the Ring” for Murdoch Research

Both the Middle School and College enjoyed a quick round of Disc (Frisbee) Golf this week. Both groups are... Read more

Developing Resilience through Robot Design

Term One Letters to Our Children

The Importance of Clay

Intentional Rituals

More Posts
“Stand aside for a while and leave room for learning, observe carefully what children do, and then, if you have understood well, perhaps teaching will be different from before.

Creativity becomes more visible when adults try to be more attentive to the cognitive processes of children than to the results they achieve in various fields of doing and understanding.”

Loris Malaguzzi

Stay Connected

Subscribe to our mailing list and we’ll send you relevant information about Bold Park Community School

*compulsory fields