From The Students

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Like-minded Extension Group

A small group of 12, mixed age students embarked on an extension project during Term 2. This group together with Jan Coleman and Sarah Weaving are working on getting to know the understandings and applications of ‘Basic Project Management’. The purpose of this group is…

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Talent and Courage… Bold Park has it all!

From the inaugural performance of a new Perth boy band to a legendary scat performance this talent show had it all. The crowd was amazed at the performances of music, dance, comedy and rhythm. First up, was a new Perth boy band comprising Narayan on…

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Musical Explorations

This term Pre-Primary students had a visit from Gabbi for our music session and she brought along a new instrument that the school has been gifted by some visiting teachers from Bali. The students eagerly engaged in the wondering of what it was made from,…

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A new way to Climb the Hill

The Pre-Kindy students discovered new and adventurous ways to climb the hill in the Wildspace. It all started with the big piece of rope at the base of the hill that one student named Ian, happened upon. This is his story… Using all his might…

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Yirra Yaakin

Recently our students were treated to a performance by the Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company. Yirra Yaakin call this boodjar kaatijin – learning about the land. Dreamtime stories were told throughout each of the different performances, with representations of animals in the bush. There was a lot of…

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Nature Mandalas

During term one of this year, Pre-Primary students learnt about and practised creating mandalas. The children became passionate and successful in perfecting mandala symmetry, tightness and ensuring circular shape. These are all essential factors in designing mandalas. This week in the Wildspace we revisited mandala making. We…

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College Students Realise their Creative Ideas

What is Design? Was the first question posed by our gracious host, Design Director and BPCS parent, Mark Baker. Our visit to Meyer Shircore Architects in Subiaco included a run-down of some of the projects that come out of the offices, some intricacies of software and…

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Discovering Nature’s Treasures

Middle School and College wound their way around Herdsman Lake this week as part of their Parks investigations. For the uninitiated, it can be quite astounding to see the diversity and the secret gems of this magical little ride! It’s interesting to note the prevalence…

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Tea Cup Composition

This term the children have began to extend and develop their drawing skills by learning how to draw teacups of various shapes and sizes. Their understanding of shape, dimension and scale has been developed through this learning journey by discovering how the eye views objects…

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Heirisson Island with Neville Collard

This week for our Parks investigation, Middle School and College were taken on a walking tour of Heirisson island by Neville Collard. It is a very unique piece of parkland, artificially dredged from existing mud flats to widen the river by early settlers, it nevertheless…

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From the Principal

Announcement: New Undercover Area

On behalf of the Bold Park Community School Advisory Council (Inc) and the Staff of Bold Park Community School... Read more

AGM and Compliance Information Package 2016

ANZAC Ceremony

Strategic Priority – A Flourishing Community

Strategic Focus – Leading Practices and Philosophy

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From The Students

Like-minded Extension Group

A small group of 12, mixed age students embarked on an extension project during Term 2. This group together... Read more

Talent and Courage… Bold Park has it all!

Musical Explorations

A new way to Climb the Hill

Yirra Yaakin

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Our Stories

The No-Waste Weavers!

By Leslie Ray (Outdoor Provocation Specialist) Thanks to all those who have contributed to our supply of plastic bags.... Read more

Connecting through Writing

Reconciliation Update

Cob Fire Bowl and Understanding Flint (Pre-Primary)

The Beginnings of Social Enterprise

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Research & Opinion

“Throwing Our Hat in the Ring” for Murdoch Research

Both the Middle School and College enjoyed a quick round of Disc (Frisbee) Golf this week. Both groups are... Read more

Developing Resilience through Robot Design

Term One Letters to Our Children

The Importance of Clay

Intentional Rituals

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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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