From the Principal

Sobering Truths – “R U OK?” Day

The statistics for Mental Health in Australia are overwhelming – a few minutes on the Beyond Blue website takes my breathe away. Statistics tell us: One in seven young people aged 4 to 17 years experience a mental health condition in any given year; yet…

Read more
Bold Park

Birthdays, Reflections, Projects and Culture

Dear Friends 20 years! This week we take a moment to ‘Reflect’ as a whole community on the work and wonder of Bold Park Community School with “the Arts” as our catalystic tour guide! Our Arts Festivals are always unforgettable and this year’s will be no…

Read more
Bold Park

Annual Report 2018

The Annual Reports for 2018 are being presented at our AGM today. A digital version of our publication is now available and limited hard copies are available for collection from the front office. You can find the digital version via our website in the Governance…

Read more
Bold Park

Study Tour

This blog is a snapshot of the visuals and daily updates we are receiving from Paul Whitehead, our Principal, who is currently on Study Leave. Paul has attended the Reggio Emilia Study Tour in Italy over the last weeks and will shortly be heading off…

Read more

Welcome to 2019!

On behalf of the Staff and Board, we welcome you to 2019 … and for our new families “Welcome to Bold Park Community School”! 2019 is going to be an exciting year! We are moving forward with plans for our new Maylands Campus, our collective…

Read more
Bold Park

Gratitude at Grad-i-tude 2018!

From Bold Park Community School’s Principal – Paul Whitehead’s Grad-i-tude Speech (20 November, 2018) 2018 has been an extraordinary year. One year ago we were not sitting underneath a beautifully constructed undercover area; in fact, you may recall some were a little unsure how they felt about adding…

Read more
Bold Park

Bold Reading Challenge

Bold Reading Challenge A few years ago, the Premier of Western Australia would run an annual ‘Summer Reading Challenge’. Over the summer holiday break, WA children were challenged to set a goal in relation to their reading, log their reading and celebrate their achievement together….

Read more
Bold Park

Gift is a Game-Changer for BPCS

Over the past two years, in-line with the school’s Strategic Plan; we have been exploring possibilities for expansion. During this time we have inspected and investigated over twenty specific sites, from campsites to potential additional educational locations. On behalf of the Bold Park Community School…

Read more
Bold Park

Dear Students

Dear Students WOW! Another full six months of study and hard work in the classroom and at home. Today you will have received your reports. I don’t know about you but when I went to school, reports were a lot shorter and I must confess…

Read more

Categories

From the Principal

Green for “GO” – Two Campuses, One School

In August 2018, we were delighted to share with our whole community the arrival of a very special gift;... Read more

Sobering Truths – “R U OK?” Day

Birthdays, Reflections, Projects and Culture

Annual Report 2018

Study Tour

More Posts
From The Students

Instagram Photography

College Media recently had an opportunity to immerse themselves in the medium of photography. Their project utilised Instagram as... Read more

Making a Mascot

Book Week 2019

En Plein Air

Discovering Indigenous Storytellers

More Posts
Our Stories

Green for “GO” – Two Campuses, One School

In August 2018, we were delighted to share with our whole community the arrival of a very special gift;... Read more

Instagram Photography

Reflections | Arts Festival

Making a Mascot

Buying and Selling on the ASX

More Posts
Research & Opinion

The Importance of Play

Collaboration is more than cooperation or operating side by side. It requires risk-taking and a willingness to connect that... Read more

Why Play?!

Boodjar Kaatajin

AISWA Reggio Network Meeting

Taking Safe Risks – Ropes, Tools, Trees and Logs

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