Tim Vidler

Tim has been working at BPCS since 2005, initially part time with Upper Primary and starting full time in 2006 with the inaugural Middle School Class. Initially a two teacher model, Tim was focussed on maths and science, health and sport. Since then, Tim has always kept in with the Middle School and later College, but has also taught a class of 4 year olds as well as working part time with different Primary classes, and as “Sporty Tim” with health and PE across the school.

In 2006 Tim was one of 3 teachers who undertook Bluearth training to help initiate this program at Bold Park.

In 2007 Tim undertook Rock and Water training, updating his skills in 2011 with the new Rock and Water in Primary Schools program.

In 2009 Tim acquired his Aquatic Rescue Qualification for Teachers, allowing him to supervise students in open water activities, which he has maintained.

In 2011 Tim was part of our brand new Ukulele program, initially assisting students to build their first uke from kits, then helping them to fall in love with their ukuleles through our Arts Day program. He has since attained a Ukulele Teacher level 1 qualification through the JHUI Teacher Certification program.

Tim has also taught Health and Physical Education in Middle School, Outdoor Education, Physical Education, and Health WACE courses with College, Coordinated “Outta Boundz” activities (extra curricular community activities) and camps in the upper school, Health and Sport (Bluearth and Rock and Water) throughout Middle School, Primary and Early Childhood. Tim has also been involved in the Upper Primary, Middle School, and College Arts programs, primarily with ukulele instruction.

In 2014, Tim returned to the Middle School / College program exclusively as Team Leader, and now as Team Leader for College based at Maylands Campus. Tim currently also teaches The certificate IV in Design, coordinates Camps and Outta Boundz activities, and still tries to work ukulele playing into his day where possible


“One of the things that has been wonderful about the Bold Park Community School is its opportunity to respond to the needs that are specific to the child ... it is reassuring when a school can deliver at a pace and style that is respectful of the individual's differences and needs AND to demonstrate the relevance of curriculum issues into the application for real life and living.”

Dr Trevor Parry

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