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NEW – College Course Handbook 2018/2019

Following our successful “Pathways Evening” for Middle School students transitioning to College in 2018, we are releasing the latest College Course Handbook. Whilst printed copies will be available soon, all parents are welcome to access this guide to Bold Park Community School’s offerings from 2018….

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Taking Responsible Risks

Previously we had discussed with the children the Habit of Mind, “persisting” (EDUCA, 23 July).  Early this term the Year 2’s  looked at “taking responsible risks”. When you go to do something you say, “Well I’m not sure if that’s going to happen …I’ll take…

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Reading Aloud is Allowed!

I recently stumbled upon Mem Fox’s book, ‘Reading Magic’ at Dymocks. It had been discounted from $10.00 to $1.50 and my heart sank a little bit … I hoped it wasn’t a sign that Mem’s influence was declining as she has been a leading advocate…

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Galup (Lake Monger) Development Plan

LAKE MONGER DEVELOPMENT PLAN – FEEDBACK We strongly encourage all parents, students and staff to provide feedback to the Town of Cambridge on their proposed plans for the development of Lake Monger. The plan is comprehensive and we urge you to connect and respond within…

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The Importance of Clay

Gabbi Lovelady outlines the Importance of Clay (an extract from communication with parents) We will have clay available all year for the children as it is a medium that offers so much. It is a wonderful, natural resource from the earth that provides sensory stimulation…

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Intentional Rituals

Following is an extract from one educators “Reflective Journal” published this week by Brooke and Renae. It is a magical read! *** As I reflect on our 2017 Whole School Focus of relationships and connectedness, I have been considering the rituals that are present in…

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From the Principal

Landsdale Farm – An Exciting Opportunity

In mid-2017 (prior to the recent announcement about the withdrawal of funding for Landsdale Farm); we negotiated with our... Read more

Grad-i-tude Assembly 2017

Developing Our Play Environments

Launching: Saturday Morning Wilderness Playgroup

2017 Aboriginal Language and History PALS (Partnership Acceptance Learning Sharing) Award

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From The Students

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... Read more

Connecting Through Music

WA Educators Inspired by Compassionate Cause at BPCS

Staff v Students Basketball

Beatmaking and Found Sounds

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Our Stories

A Great First Day…

This open letter, written by BPCS parents, Trixi and Dirk, sums up a terrific first day of school for... Read more

Woodwork in the Wildspace

Going Wild

Space Probe Project – Icarus

Grad-i-tude

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Research & Opinion

NEW – College Course Handbook 2018/2019

Following our successful “Pathways Evening” for Middle School students transitioning to College in 2018, we are releasing the latest... Read more

Taking Responsible Risks

Reading Aloud is Allowed!

Galup (Lake Monger) Development Plan

“Throwing Our Hat in the Ring” for Murdoch Research

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