Our School

Rolling Hills Primary School is a dynamic learning community located in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne at the foot of the Yarra Ranges. Set in beautiful spacious surrounds, the school is committed to the development of each child as an independent, creative and collaborative learner. Our goal is to create a supportive culture where diversity is celebrated and all children are able to be the best they can be.

Our programs are based on the Victorian Curriculum and emphasise excellence and full participation. We are proud of the relationships that have been built throughout and across the learning community and are always reviewing practices to ensure the school is a safe and positive place for our 350 students.

I invite you to explore the school website and to contact the school office by phone or email if you have any questions or would like to arrange a school visit.

Robyn English


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Rolling Hills Primary School is located 35km east of the CBD in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges in Mooroolbark, providing a variety of passive and active recreational spaces.

The school has a current enrolment of 360 students with 41 teaching and non-teaching staff.  The students are spread across 15 classrooms, with additional staff catering for Performing Arts, Visual Arts, PE, Chinese and Library.  A strong Administration and Integration team complements all school programs.  Extra support is consistently provided by our Literacy Support Team, School Chaplain, Speech Pathologist and School Psychologist.

Policies are important documents that govern the processes that are followed in an organisation. All of our school policies are regularly revisited, discussed and revised.

Our Vision:

Our vision is to inspire all learners to be curious and creative.  We will develop resilient and ethical citizens with the skills to thrive in a diverse and global community.

Our Goal:

To develop our students as interactive global citizens and ensure high achievement in the core learning areas of literacy and numeracy.

Tribes is not a curriculum, not a program or a collection of activities. It is an on-going goal-oriented process based on sound principles and practices that maximise academic, social and emotional development and learning for today’s children.

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