Professional Tours

Step inside and be inspired...


Guided tours within the unique environments of Bold Park Community School are held throughout the year. Immerse yourself in tours of our Early Childhood Wildspace and classrooms, Primary School Wildspace and classrooms,  Middle School classrooms and new College campus at Maylands.

Participants are able to spend time touring the grounds with our Pedagogista, Nicole Hunter, finishing with morning tea discussing ideas and observations of how we implement the Reggio Emilia Approach in our unique school environments.

Cost for our tours range depending on the size of the visitor’s educational organisation (with individual pricing for small school visitors (less than 200 enrolments), medium/large school visitors (200 enrolments plus) and special pricing for university students).

Comments from past tours

Those who attended all took away inspiration for their continuing pedagogical leadership at their own schools as well as lovely ideas for their own classrooms.”

“Nicole, you were so generous in your sharing. I loved hearing about the commitment to professional learning and engagement at a whole school level and it was also great to hear your own journey at the school from parent, to educator and now to Pedagogista. I think the school is very fortunate that you are so committed and have such a passion for Bold Park and for the staff, students and families who are there.”

Take a sneak peek now by viewing Our Campus.


“A school has the responsibility not only to engage their community in the pursuit of academic skills but to promote an attitude of life-long learning and thus keep the light alive in children’s eyes.”

Gillian McAuliffe

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