Click on the image to see full sized photo. At BSPS, our students in Foundation to Year 2 are involved in collaborative, imaginative play in our Cubby Village. The BSPS Indigenous Garden was officially opened during National Reconciliation Week 2014. Over time this space has grown to become a peaceful place overlooking our sports fields. This area provides students with an opportunity to climb, hang, jump and monkey around. This hall is BSPS’s approved Fire Refuge. However, it’s more commonly used for physical education, music, all school assemblies, basketball and other indoor activities. Children and teachers have created this structure as part of an ongoing ‘Greening BSPS’ project. This is one of three separate playgrounds at BSPS. Each playground designed to suit different age levels. Space to run and play at BSPS includes these two basketball courts. Situated between classrooms and playgrounds, this space get loads of use. This garden bed in front of the Early Learning Centre (Foundation to Grade 2’s) is thanks to the work of parents planting and tending over the last few years of working bees. Thanks to dedicated parents this reclaimed corner of BSPS our school includes sections of beautifully landscaped treasures for kids to explore, relax and let their imaginations flourish. This is the original BSPS building established in 1924. In recent years used as the Japanese learning space and now converted into Sophie’s a student run restaurant.