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From The Students

Bold Park

Instagram Photography

College Media recently had an opportunity to immerse themselves in the medium of photography. Their project utilised Instagram as a social media platform to establish connections and professionally promote their photographs to a global community.  On the student’s request to capture photographs beyond just our…

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Making a Mascot

The KNIGHTS have been working on making a mascot for the school with their design and technologies project for this term. The main purpose of this project is to explore and practice the design processes involved in producing anything from a school assignment to a…

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Book Week 2019

Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home. Anna Quindlen On Wednesday 28 August the morning started with much excitement and energy as children young and old came dressed as their favourite book…

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En Plein Air

Our blossoming tree was at it’s peak just recently and allowed our youngest of budding artists an opportunity to experience plein air painting. Plein air painting is about leaving the four walls behind and experiencing painting and drawing in the landscape. Among other French Impressionists,…

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Discovering Indigenous Storytellers

Our Year 3 and 4 students had the privilege of participating in the Woylie Festival held at Fremantle Arts Centre. The festival showcases a number of inspiring artists from Woylie Project, a community led initiative to give Aboriginal storytellers a platform to create, share and…

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Naturescape Exploration

The Year 1/2 students had a wonderful trip to Kings Park recently. When they arrived they were met by Benji and Jess. Jess was their teacher for the workshop and she told the students of the story of Chunyard and the Cheeky Parrot while they…

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Char Cloth Tins

The Year 5/6 students have been busy in Kaatajin Boodjar creating char cloth tins on the fire in the Wildspace. Char cloth is a swatch of fabric such as linen, cotton or jute, which has been converted through pyrolysis (decomposition brought about by high temperatures)…

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Regeneration Project

A project to regenerate an area of the Wildspace lead the Waste Warriors to visit Zanthorrea Garden Centre in search of plant species native to the Herdsman Lake area.   They discovered four reasons why we should all grow native and local plants: Low maintenance….

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Deep Immersion in the Experience

Place-based education is about deep immersion in the experience of the world surrounding us, engaging in what is happening and what is meaningful. This approach embraces the complexities of the world and harmoniously recognises these as relative connections to place. These Bold Park Community School…

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From the Principal

A Reflection

The “Right” To Do Difficult Things On Day 1 of our Reggio Tour, we had started to explore the... Read more

Principal’s Message #1

Supporting Children and Young Adults – Always Optimistically Proactive

Together We Will Grow

Green for “GO” – Two Campuses, One School

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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

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Our Stories

BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY FUN

LEARNING and GROWTH, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY FUN, THROUGH SENSORY PLAY It is important for us to provide the opportunity... Read more

Living Reconciliation

Community Breakfast 2020

Green for “GO” – Two Campuses, One School

Instagram Photography

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Research & Opinion

MAKING THE MAGIC ‘VISIBLE’

We are thrilled to be working with Angela Mitchell (Graphic Designer and Bold Park parent) to make visible the... Read more

The Importance of Play

Why Play?!

Boodjar Kaatajin

AISWA Reggio Network Meeting

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“One of the things that has been wonderful about the Bold Park Community School is its opportunity to respond to the needs that are specific to the child ... it is reassuring when a school can deliver at a pace and style that is respectful of the individual's differences and needs AND to demonstrate the relevance of curriculum issues into the application for real life and living.”

Dr Trevor Parry

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