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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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Reconciliation Action Plan

A Special Message and Announcement from Nicole Hunter: Kaya (Hello) Dear Families I was delighted to launch the Reconciliation Action Plan at the Grad -i-tude event last Tuesday 23rd November, 2016). In the opening to the event I also introduced to the community, Neville Collard. Neville is…

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Busy Bee – Social Fabric, Social Capital

Nicole Hunter (Pedagogista) On Saturday’s Busy Bee, a valiant team managed to complete the construction of a new shed for the WildSpace.  The ‘shed build’ is a visible  example of the support and commitment  our families and staff, provide to the school, that is such…

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Connecting in our Wilderness Playgroup

Experiencing relationships through participation in a community, such as our playgroup, is an important transition for young children. Stepping out from the comfort and security of home and immediate family to encounter other people and new places is both exciting and challenging. For some children…

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Reconciliation Action Plan

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is celebrated across Australia each year between May 27 and June 3. These dates commemorate two significant milestones in the Reconciliation journey: the National Referendum and The High Court Mabo Decision.   May 27, National Referendum:            Referendum: May 27, 1967…

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Reggio-Inspired Middle School – Article

Bold Park Community School’s Middle School has recently been featured in the “Australian Journal of Middle Schooling” (see pages 38-50) in which Dr Sandra Hestermann outlines how the Middle School staff at Bold Park Community School… “… have embedded a pedagogy of multiliteracies in the…

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From the Principal

Welcome to 2019!

On behalf of the Staff and Board, we welcome you to 2019 … and for our new families “Welcome... Read more

Gratitude at Grad-i-tude 2018!

Bold Reading Challenge

Gift is a Game-Changer for BPCS

Dear Students

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From The Students

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... Read more

Innovator Rewarded!

BPCS Students Feature in Local Art Exhibition

100 Days – 100 Ways

OUTWIT, OUTPLAY, OUTLAST

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Our Stories

Plants, Poo, Worms and Chooks…

What’s not to love at Perth City Farm! What do you do when you don’t know it all? You... Read more

Study Leave for Our Principal

Introducing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

RIGHTS OF PASSAGE

Kinetics in Design & Technologies

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Research & Opinion

Why Play?!

“It is paradoxical that many educators and parents still differentiate between a time for learning and a time for... Read more

Boodjar Kaatajin

AISWA Reggio Network Meeting

Taking Safe Risks – Ropes, Tools, Trees and Logs

NEW – College Course Handbook 2018/2019

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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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