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“You’ll wish you went to school here.”

Bold Park Community School is a progressive, innovative school in Wembley, Western Australia, catering for children aged 18 months to 18 years.

The school holds at its core the right of the child to participate in a learning environment which promotes mutual respect, shared learning, reflectivity, creativity, imagination, problem solving and participation in the life of the community.

Looking to enrol? Call our Community Engagement Coordinator, Lei, on (08) 9387 5050 or email her to book a tour on communityengagement@boldpark.com

Maylands Campus (Years 10-12) Opening 2021

 

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Maylands Mural

Certificate IV Design After establishing a virtual relationship with Will from Blankwalls earlier in the year, our ‘real-life’ mentoring began recently at Maylands Campus for our Certificate IV students. Alongside Will, we were introduced to Jerome (Ketones), a street artist who has been working for over 15…

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Arts Workshop with Zeno Sworder

Yesterday Middle School and College students spent the afternoon work-shopping with Zeno Sworder, Illustrator and Author of This Small Blue Dot. Zeno zoomed-in from his home in Melbourne to talk with our students on drawing to communicate ideas and feelings. For our Certificate IV College…

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Being Bolder!

Our key purpose as a learning community is to “Reimagine what a school can be by cultivating a community of learners who positively influence their worlds.” Wow! It is a statement that motivates us to keep stretching forward, stay embedded in best practice and research,…

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Understanding Empathy

Thank you to everyone who took part in our Empathy Day celebration in June, it was special to see everyone getting cosy, reading and discussing books together. The hot chocolate, made with raw organic cacao, vanilla, a little sweetness and a lot of love, contributed…

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A Reflection

The “Right” To Do Difficult Things On Day 1 of our Reggio Tour, we had started to explore the ‘Rights of the Child” as a centre-piece of reflection; my note page for 7th April, 2019 (exactly a year ago) highlighted the “The Right To Do Difficult Things” … I…

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“...no learner can afford to be dependent on the teacher for everything that needs to be noticed, so teachers have to teach children to look for possibilities.”

Peter Johnston

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