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The Certificate IV Design students are currently working on creating a product concept that provides a solution to a problem that will benefit their community.  The students are utilising the expertise and resources while on their work placements to help develop their products. With industry…

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Congratulations Lei Baker!

  Lei Baker, our exiting Chair, will continue to serve on the Board and we thank her for her years of service to our community, as our chair (since 2014) as well as the other positions she has held since 2012. Lei has tirelessly given…

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Open Day 2018

‘Step inside and take a look into your child’s future’ Over 200 prospective families and educators entered our gates on Saturday 12 May to do exactly that, and they weren’t disappointed. We have had lots of positive feedback from prospective parents and educators following Saturday’s…

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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 School Mud Pie Kitchen Redesign We are loving the new look mudpie kitchen, a hive of activity at lunchtime with ‘cooking’; rock grinding and potions!  We…

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Community Breakfast 2018

Our annual Community Breakfast was once again blessed with great company and good weather! Thank you for preparing a plate and sharing the morning with us. I always love the opportunity to meet and greet new parents and those who do not always have the chance…

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A Great First Day…

This open letter, written by BPCS parents, Trixi and Dirk, sums up a terrific first day of school for their children and the way in which learning at Bold Park Community School is engaging and fun. Brooke, you must have given the children a really…

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Woodwork in the Wildspace

We are very fortunate to have parents and families that support us with their skills and talents in the classroom.  Our Kindergarten students welcomed some of their parents, Phil and Michael, to share their woodworking skills with us. With the help of another parent Michelle,…

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Going Wild

“It’s called the Wildspace because it is where everyone goes wild!”   When one of our Early Childhood students made the insightful observation noted above, I looked around and could see all of the children engaged in an activity that was connecting them with their…

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Space Probe Project – Icarus

Icarus is a go! On Friday the 8th of December at 9:45 am, the Bold Park Community School Space Probe Project (SPP) team launched a probe, named Icarus, into the stratosphere to take high-res images of our beautiful planet from on-high.   The Space Probe…

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At Bold Park Community School, we are a community. We actively engage with our ‘village’ and wider community in order to build a sense of self that includes and attends to the wellbeing of others. This value captures the spirit that is Bold Park Community…

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From the Principal

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... Read more

Bold Reading Challenge

Gift is a Game-Changer for BPCS

Dear Students

Before Your Feet Ever Leave the Ground!

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From The Students

Innovator Rewarded!

Following the excitement of the College’s “Innovation Day” held in Term 3, overall winner Louis Riboni went on to... Read more

BPCS Students Feature in Local Art Exhibition

100 Days – 100 Ways


Boomerang Bags

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Our Stories

Christmas Party 2018

We all love our end of year Christmas Party and this one was no exception! Thank you to all... Read more

Graduation Dinner-Dance 2018

The Joy of Storytelling

A Mid-Summer Magic!

Whole School Focus Evening 2018

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Research & Opinion

AISWA Reggio Network Meeting

Rebecca Duncan, the Early Childhood Consultant from AISWA, regularly brings together educators from around Perth to support each other... Read more

Taking Safe Risks – Ropes, Tools, Trees and Logs

NEW – College Course Handbook 2018/2019

Taking Responsible Risks

Reading Aloud is Allowed!

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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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