Rolling Hills Primary School acknowledges that each student is unique and possesses unique characteristics. Within the broad aim of the school is the inherent philosophy that students should be encouraged to reach and stretch their potential. This philosophy recognises that different students may need different resourcing to enable them to reach their full potential.


  • School Tours

    Our school tours are conducted most Tuesdays at 9:15am.  Bookings are essential as we like to keep the tour group numbers to a minimum, to allow maximum benefit to families, with plenty of opportunities for discussion and questions.  Other tours can be arranged by contacting the school on 9726 4454.

  • Since 1996 the wearing of school uniform has been compulsory at this school. We encourage children to wear socks at all time to protect their feet from a variety of minor and major dangers. For safety reasons the school rule is - NO THONGS or BARE FEET.

  • The Uniform shop will be open from Rolling Hills Primary School, Canteen window, during School Terms:

    Friday mornings, 8.30 - 9.30am

    Alternatively, orders can be left at the office, using the order form in the foyer.  If paying cash, please ensure correct money is included in the envelope.  Orders will be filled on Fridays when the shop is open and sent home with your designated child in the tub.

    pdfUniform Order form 

  • Every child has a right to be safe from victimisation, violence and abuse at school. ‘It is a fundamental democratic right for a child to feel safe in school and to be spared the oppression and repeated, intentional humiliation implied in bullying.’ (Dan Olweus 2001)

  • School Captains 2019

    Congratulations and thank you to our 2019 Captains and leaders for a job well done this year! 

  • Bully Prevention Oath

    I will not bully others
    I will not stand by while others are bullied
    I will report bullying whenever I see it.

    School Values

    Rolling Hills Primary School has identified values and beliefs which are integral to the way we interact at school.