• Better Buddies Program

    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)

  • Mutual Respect

    Mutual Respect

    Rolling Hills Primary School follows the TRIBES process to develop a strong learning community, where all members are supported to become independent life-long learners.

  • Personal Best

    Personal Best

    Encouraging individuals to be the best that they can be, with their own abilities and skills.

  • Appreciation

    Appreciation/No Putdown

    Encouraging everyone to focus their attention on appreciating people and the things they do, say and achieve.

  • Safety


    Ensuring that students have a safe and supportive learning environment to thrive in.

  • Attentive Listening

    Attentive listening

    Acknowledging the person who is speaking with full attention and eye contact. Paying attention to not only the words but also the feelings behind the words.

  • Right to Participate or Pass

    Right to Participate or Pass

    Everyone has the right to participate as well as the right to choose the extent to which they will share in  a group activity. Choosing the right to pass means the community member prefers not to share information or opinion in the group at the moment.

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Anti Bulling Policy

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.

Responsibility – be accountable for my behaviour and things within my power to control – actions and words.
Honesty – Admit to my poor choices about my behaviour, or things I have observed.
Pride – Feeling proud about my friendships and positive behaviour in our school and standing up for myself.
Support – to help a person who is having trouble by encouraging them and including them in my group.