From The Students

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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School is so much fun!

With a day like this, that is as carefully planned by amazing teachers, who wouldn’t love coming to school to learn! The students in Pre-Primary started the day with a song and learned some Noongar language. After a quick clapping game to refresh themselves with…

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Innovator Rewarded!

Following the excitement of the College’s “Innovation Day” held in Term 3, overall winner Louis Riboni went on to represent Bold Park Community School at the State level competition. We are so pleased to announce that Louis was placed in the top 3 among representatives…

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BPCS Students Feature in Local Art Exhibition

This term our Visual Arts Specialist, Renata Biancardi, has been working with our students, encouraging and supporting them to enter The Town of Cambridge’s annual Local Schools Art Exhibition. The annual event is an invitation to local schools to submit artwork from their students from…

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100 Days – 100 Ways

Year 1&2 (A) Celebrated our 100th Day of School! Helen and Anna share: Yesterday we celebrated our 100th day of school for the year. We have had our sights set on this day since day one of school. For the first 20 days of school…

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From the Principal

Annual Report 2018

The Annual Reports for 2018 are being presented at our AGM today. A digital version of our publication is... Read more

Study Tour

Welcome to 2019!

Gratitude at Grad-i-tude 2018!

Bold Reading Challenge

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From The Students

Discovering Indigenous Storytellers

Our Year 3 and 4 students had the privilege of participating in the Woylie Festival held at Fremantle Arts... Read more

Naturescape Exploration

Char Cloth Tins

Regeneration Project

Deep Immersion in the Experience

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Our Stories

Discovering Indigenous Storytellers

Our Year 3 and 4 students had the privilege of participating in the Woylie Festival held at Fremantle Arts... Read more

Naturescape Exploration

Exquisite Corpse Sculpture

Regeneration Project

Deep Immersion in the Experience

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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

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“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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