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.

I think you will agree that the publication is a lot more user-friendly and highlights the opportunities available at Bold Park Community School.

Click here to read the BPCS College Course Handbook

Of particular note is the exciting launch of our Certificate II in Permaculture, Physical Education and new Mathematics WACE Courses. We also reaffirm our Certificate IV in Design as a non-examinable pathway to university, external provider partnerships, School-based traineeships, VET opportunities and Endorsed Programs.

I congratulate our secondary team for the excellent range of opportunities they are able to service and provide; especially given the smaller size of the cohort we serve.

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From the Principal

Undercover Area and Minor Works

Dear Parents I am pleased to update you on the scope of works that will be taking place on... 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

Connecting Through Music

It was an empowering experience for both the Griffyndor class (Year 3 & 4) and the residents of the... Read more

WA Educators Inspired by Compassionate Cause at BPCS

Staff v Students Basketball

Beatmaking and Found Sounds

Basketball with our TAFE Friends!

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Our Stories

Space Probe Project – Icarus

Icarus is a go! On Friday the 8th of December at 9:45 am, the Bold Park Community School Space... Read more

Grad-i-tude

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

The Joy of Making a HUGE Mess!

A Wild Nature Play Day at Perry Lakes (Year 1/2)

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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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Gillian McAuliffe

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