RERolling 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 370 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



All notices are sent home via our Compass School Manager program. 

All event notices are individually named, so families can print their own consent forms directly from Compass, from the Events area.  General notices will be sent in the 'Newsfeed' and families will receive an email notifying them of a new item.

If you are having trouble accessing notices on Compass, please contact our friendly office staff.

Assemblies are hosted on a fortnightly basis, commencing the second week of every term.  They are held in the gym on Fridays from 2.45pm.  All classes will have one opportunity to host assembly throughout the year, commencing with our senior students.  House Captains and School Captains also have the opportunity to host an assembly.  Host classes will be listed in the newsletter prior to the assembly.

The purpose of these afternoons is to come together as a whole school with parents and friends, creating an interaction between the school and the community.

Such occasions will not only see children performing musical items or displaying newly learned skills, but will also be informative for the children and parents. Community groups will be invited to demonstrate their particular activities, service groups may explain their roles, local identities may speak, talented parents may perform, and so on, giving children an insight into the adult life of the district.  Monthly awards and presentations to students will be an important part of this occasion.

These occasions are more successful when we have an actively engaged audience - we hope to see you there regularly! 

Our dates and hosts for the remainder of 2019 are currently being finalised.  Stay tuned...


 2019 Term Dates


 Term 1: 29 January to 5 April

Term 2: 23 April to 28 June

Term 3: 15 July to 20 September

Term 4: 7 October to 20 December