From The Students

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Marble Maze Building

Marble Maze building has been a popular activity in the Year 1 / 2 class and has brought different groups of children together. Discovery, collaboration and imagination has brought about some truly amazing designs with the different groups as they shared and worked together. One…

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Making Paper

Class 2/3/4 students have been exploring how paper is made this term. They have learned about the history of paper and the story of how paper is made. They have also looked at recycling and conservation of paper to save trees and lessen our impact…

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Learning the Process of Capturing ‘Self’

Year 3, 4 and 5 students discovered and developed a deep understanding of the process of capturing ‘self’ in a painted portrait and the various skills required to accurately portray their features. By looking at the work and style of portraits by various artists, they…

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Connecting Through Music

It was an empowering experience for both the Griffyndor class (Year 3 & 4) and the residents of the Little Sisters of the Poor to share in music making today. The children played a half hour set on ukulele for the audience, singing songs in…

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WA Educators Inspired by Compassionate Cause at BPCS

Wednesday night was the culmination of almost a year’s work toward our “Social Enterprise” projects. As part of the Certificate IV Design course and Year 10 Economics & Business, students were challenged to develop a product or service that could reduce the occurrence of a…

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Staff v Students Basketball

  It was the second highly successful BPCS annual teachers versus students basketball game last week, a chance for a dazzling display of skills. Two games were played, Tuesday’s game was against the Primary students resulting in a tie on the scoreboard.  This lead to the commentators eagerly anticipating a victory in Thursday’s…

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Beatmaking and Found Sounds

  Exploring, Developing, Improvising, Applying, Refining, Analysing and Reflecting… Inspired by a popular Youtuber Andrew Huang (@andrewhuang), Middle School students this term are working on an Arts project combining both music and media disciplines. The project will see students recording ‘found’ sounds and composing them into…

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Basketball with our TAFE Friends!

When a group of Sport & Recreation TAFE students and their lecturer, Michael Coleman came to Bold Park today for a game of basketball, I thought there would be a few scrapes and tears. None were to be seen. It truly was a friendly game…

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Camp Adventures!

There is a quiet on campus as two camps commenced yesterday morning! Middle School & College heading to Boyagin Rock for five days and the Year 5/6 class heading to Woodman Point! A few photos from Boyagin arrived this morning; time on the rock, learning…

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Indoor Cubby Building!

Julia & Anna share with us why the Year 1/2 Room was BUZZING!  What a buzz we had in class today. Our Wild Space session was cancelled due to weather warnings but that didn’t phase the children they all took it in their stride and…

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From the Principal

ANZAC Service – Lest We Forget

Thank you for joining with us today at our ANZAC Service attended by our good friends at Lake Monger... Read more

Raising Children who Shine!

Marble Maze Building

Lake Monger Activity Plan Update

“In Dialogue With Our World” (Whole School Focus 2018)

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From The Students

Marble Maze Building

Marble Maze building has been a popular activity in the Year 1 / 2 class and has brought different... Read more

Making Paper

Learning the Process of Capturing ‘Self’

Connecting Through Music

WA Educators Inspired by Compassionate Cause at BPCS

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Our Stories

Small Environment Changes and Big Plans!

Just a little update on what has been happening around the school on the playground renovations trickling through Primary... Read more

Community Breakfast 2018

A Great First Day…

Woodwork in the Wildspace

Going Wild

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Research & Opinion

Taking Safe Risks – Ropes, Tools, Trees and Logs

We often talk about the benefits of safe risk-taking and listening to the cues our bodies give us. A... Read more

NEW – College Course Handbook 2018/2019

Taking Responsible Risks

Reading Aloud is Allowed!

Galup (Lake Monger) Development Plan

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