Grad-i-tude 2016


Bold Park Community School is a school who says, “Thank you”; we have so much to be grateful for! Engaged students, servant-hearted parents, extra-miler volunteers and super staff!
As we move into the final few weeks of 2016; we want to take a moment to be grateful. Today we had the opportunity to formally capture some highlights in our “Grad-i-tude Event” which seeks to celebrate our Year 6 and Year 12 Graduating classes and acknowledge the service of volunteers who have given ‘over and above’ throughout the year.

We also launched our RAP (Reconciliation Action Plan) with our good mate, Neville Collard; celebrated and acknowledged Julian Dear for his 1,003km walk to fundraise for the school; officially opened the new playground (thanks to Maggie Dent, Julian Dear and our Year 6s); enjoyed the choirs and celebrated each of our Year 6 and Year 12 Graduating students! We also heard our children sing the recently created class song “With Bare Feet and Happy Hearts” telling the Bold Park story and our students’ hopes for the future.

In addition to our invited guests, we hope that all parents enjoyed the 2016 Grad-i-tude Assembly.



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