Bold Park

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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Bold Park

ANZAC Service – Lest We Forget

Thank you for joining with us today at our ANZAC Service attended by our good friends at Lake Monger Primary School, Mr Geoffrey McClemments from the Claremont Sub-branch of the Returned Services League of WA, Captain Anthony McKay from the Australian Army Reserve and Mr Greg…

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Bold Park

Raising Children who Shine!

Last Saturday, (10th March), two Bold Park Community School parents had the opportunity to attend the Raising Children who Shine Conference in Perth thanks to the generosity of our Patron, Maggie Dent. The one day conference, held at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle had presentations…

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From the Principal

ANZAC Service – Lest We Forget

Thank you for joining with us today at our ANZAC Service attended by our good friends at Lake Monger... Read more

Raising Children who Shine!

Marble Maze Building

Lake Monger Activity Plan Update

“In Dialogue With Our World” (Whole School Focus 2018)

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From The Students

Marble Maze Building

Marble Maze building has been a popular activity in the Year 1 / 2 class and has brought different... Read more

Making Paper

Learning the Process of Capturing ‘Self’

Connecting Through Music

WA Educators Inspired by Compassionate Cause at BPCS

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Our Stories

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... Read more

Community Breakfast 2018

A Great First Day…

Woodwork in the Wildspace

Going Wild

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Research & Opinion

Taking Safe Risks – Ropes, Tools, Trees and Logs

We often talk about the benefits of safe risk-taking and listening to the cues our bodies give us. A... Read more

NEW – College Course Handbook 2018/2019

Taking Responsible Risks

Reading Aloud is Allowed!

Galup (Lake Monger) Development Plan

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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.

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