Bold Park

Big Rain Coming!

To really appreciate the depth of learning and integration involved in this project… please read Rhys’s overview below! Big Rain Coming: katrinagermein.com/tag/big-rain-coming/ Throughout the second semester the Detailed Detectives embarked on a large project, a multimedia recreation of a class favourite book. A trip to…

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Bold Park

Year 12’s Final Day

Our Year 12s Final Day has now arrived! We don’t finish at quite the same time as other schools. Congratulations to Sophia, Cameron and Jacob on a joyous journey at Bold Park Community School! In addition to our Graduation Dinner, Grad-i-tude Event and many other…

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From the Principal

Strategic Priority – A Flourishing Community

We will continue to treasure our heritage and work together to foster a loving, engaged, serving and learning community... Read more

Strategic Focus – Leading Practices and Philosophy

Priority 1 – Children at the Centre

Exploring Possibilities – A Strategic Priority

Values First

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From The Students

Year 12’s Final Day

Our Year 12s Final Day has now arrived! We don’t finish at quite the same time as other schools.... Read more

Garden Design – Building the Project

Community and Creature in Clay!

Sculpture Meets Illustration!

2016 Town of Cambridge Local School Art Exhibition

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Our Stories

Big Rain Coming!

To really appreciate the depth of learning and integration involved in this project… please read Rhys’s overview below! Big... Read more

Christmas Party 2016

Graduation Dinner and Awards Night 2016

Reconciliation Action Plan

Grad-i-tude 2016

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Research & Opinion

Investigating Dance, Movement, Science and Mindfulness

Felicity is our Dance and Movement Specialist and our Primary Team Leader … take a moment to consider this... Read more

Reconciliation Action Plan

Busy Bee – Social Fabric, Social Capital

Connecting in our Wilderness Playgroup

Reconciliation Action Plan

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“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

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