Bold Park

Keeping the Light in OUR Eyes!

Gill has always affirmed that her heart’s desire is to “keep the light burning in children’s eyes”. I think our parents and educators also experience some of that when they first come to Bold Park Community School. For many, the contrast to their existing experiences…

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Casey’s Mission

I received this wonderful email from one of our young students, Casey. The genuine love and care for others is very warming! If you can help out; please pass your sleeping bags/blankets (new/clean), soap, toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant and toothbrushes (all new) to the front office…

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Bold Gold – Minkey Hockey Update!

Thanks to Alex Yonge (Co-Coach of the Minkey “Bold Gold” Team) for this wonderful report! “At the start of 2015 season many of the kids in the BPCS “Bold Gold” Minkey team hadn’t even picked up a stick. Coaching them and watching them play from…

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On A Personal Note

Keeping the Light in OUR Eyes!

Gill has always affirmed that her heart’s desire is to “keep the light burning in children’s eyes”. I think... Read more

“Project Wild Thing” at the Astor Theatre!

Sport, Chess or Photography Anyone?

Bold Park Community School Featured in AFR Article

Why Zentangle?

From The Students

Casey’s Mission

I received this wonderful email from one of our young students, Casey. The genuine love and care for others... Read more

Bold Gold – Minkey Hockey Update!

Creative Showcase

Music Showcase (Term Two)

Lane Poole Reserve (Years 10-12)

Our Stories

Casey’s Mission

I received this wonderful email from one of our young students, Casey. The genuine love and care for others... Read more

Bold Gold – Minkey Hockey Update!

Creative Showcase

Music Showcase (Term Two)

MUD DAY Finally Here!

Research & Opinion

“Project Wild Thing” at the Astor Theatre!

How do you brand something as priceless as nature? Join us for this exclusive opportunity to meet with Gillian... Read more

Professional Tour with Gillian McAuliffe

Bold Park Community School Featured in AFR Article

Why Zentangle?

The Yellow Sand Pit: Why is it Such a Big Deal?

“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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