From the Principal

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Launching: Saturday Morning Wilderness Playgroup

The Bold Park Community School Wilderness Playgroup connects our young members and their families with nature by basing this experience entirely in an outdoor environment. The children engage in imaginative, creative and scientific play through a nature rich environment. Whether it is climbing to the…

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STEAM … The Real Science of Learning

Science is strongly celebrated at BPCS …  I was discussing this point with parents just this past week, highlighting that in addition to our wide range of Arts Specialists who have a strong Science mind-set we also have 5 full qualified secondary Science/Math educators on…

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Building Our ‘Schema’ Together

Whole School Focus Night – Building Our ‘Schema’ Together I believe that the Whole School Focus Night is one of the most important nights for Bold Park Community School’s parents. It asks our parents to ‘stand back’ from the immediacy of engagement as a parent of…

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Announcement: New Undercover Area

On behalf of the Bold Park Community School Advisory Council (Inc) and the Staff of Bold Park Community School I am pleased to announce that the school will be investing in the first phase of an on-site development to refurbish the area currently occupied by…

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ANZAC Ceremony

This year we were hosted by Lake Monger Primary School for a combined ANZAC Memorial Service. Special thanks to Kylie for coordindating with LMPS and the Principal and staff of Lake Monger Primary School. The children lead all of the proceedings and the memorial included…

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Strategic Priority – A Flourishing Community

We will continue to treasure our heritage and work together to foster a loving, engaged, serving and learning community Like the other focus areas; there are often many areas covered under the one ‘umbrella’. This is most certainly true of ‘A Flourishing Community’, our third…

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Priority 1 – Children at the Centre

Focus Area One: Children at the Centre In this Focus Area we have identified a clear and ongoing focus on our children! Our energy in this priority is around “growing our dynamic, responsive and nurturing environments to ensure that children are empowered as healthy, resilient,…

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Exploring Possibilities – A Strategic Priority

“Focus Area Four: Accelerated Growth and Sustainability” In this Focus Area we have identified a responsibility to continue to grow our school enrolments, enrolment capacity and build on our financial sustainability. In fulfilling this objective, we know we must consider the impacts on our current…

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From the Principal

Launching: Saturday Morning Wilderness Playgroup

The Bold Park Community School Wilderness Playgroup connects our young members and their families with nature by basing this... Read more

STEAM … The Real Science of Learning

Building Our ‘Schema’ Together

Announcement: New Undercover Area

AGM and Compliance Information Package 2016

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From The Students

Basketball with our TAFE Friends!

When a group of Sport & Recreation TAFE students and their lecturer, Michael Coleman came to Bold Park today... Read more

Camp Adventures!

Indoor Cubby Building!

Progressing with Plarn

From Ancient to Medieval

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Our Stories

The Joy of Making a HUGE Mess!

Written by Kiah from our Wilderness Playgroup! One of the great freedoms of playing outdoors is the opportunity for... Read more

A Wild Nature Play Day at Perry Lakes (Year 1/2)

Saturday Wilderness Playgroup!

A Dis-QUIETed Library

The No-Waste Weavers!

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Research & Opinion

Taking Responsible Risks

Previously we had discussed with the children the Habit of Mind, “persisting” (EDUCA, 23 July).  Early this term the... Read more

Reading Aloud is Allowed!

Galup (Lake Monger) Development Plan

“Throwing Our Hat in the Ring” for Murdoch Research

Developing Resilience through Robot Design

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Sir Ken Robinson

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