Roleystone Community College has an app with many features. It is available for iOS (iPad and iPhone) and Android devices. The app can be downloaded at these links:

The app can be downloaded from both stores by searching for Roleystone Community College.

It is also very easy to customise the app so that you only receive the Announcements that are relevant to you.

This is how it is done!

Step 1: On the Home screen, tap "Settings"...

Roleystone School App

 

Step 2: Select the Announcments that are of interest to you and then tap "Save"...

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Also worth noting is that links that have the globe icon will take you to a website and data charges may apply.

Events, Newsletters, Forms and Documents can be viewed, downloaded and/or printed.

Digital Media Awards:

The Roleystone Academy of Digital Media award winning films and credits include:

  • 2015 Dairy Australia Advertisement 1st Place Winners
  • Winner, 2014 Armadale FilmFest (Schools Category). Last Letter
  • Official selection, 2014 Flickerfest (Flickerup Schools Category). Last Letter and Chained Freedom
  • Winner, 2013 Atwell Film Festival (Under-18 short film category). Last Letter
  • 2013 ATOM Awards finalists, Last Letter
  • 16 screened extras on the Australian feature film, Paper Planes, Directed by Robert Connolly, starring Sam Worthington and Ed Oxenbould
  • Winner, Smarter than Smoking Young Directors' Festival four consecutive years 2011-2014 (30 second anti-smoking commercial)

 

The Principal’s Honours Club:

Awards children from Pre-Primary to Year 10 who have achieved an (A-) average or better at the end of a semester in English, Maths, Science and HASS (English and Maths only for P-3) and no worse than a C grade in any subject.

This achievement by our students promotes academic excellence in the College.

  • In 2017 Semester 1, there were 24 students across the school that achieved this award. That was 3% of the school population.
  • In 2017 Semester 2, there were 50 students, with 11 gaining first class honours for achieving the award in both semesters.
  • In 2018 Semester 1, there were 51 students and in second semester, 84 students, with 41 achieving first class honours – that’s more than 10% of the student population achieving an (A-) average or better.

It was a remarkable improvement and an excellent measure of ensuring that every student in our college progresses.

Some students were also recognised as achieving First Class Honours two years in a row which is a wonderful achievement.

Mr Mark Brookes, Principal, gave two presentations to parents from across the College. These were well attended and the feedback was positive. Please find the presentations below.

duke awardRoleystone Community College is proud to start presenting the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is the world’s leading achievement award for young people: bringing together practical experiences and life skills to create committed global citizens and equipping young people for life and work.


The Award operates in over 140 countries around the world and to date, since 1956, over 8 million young people have started their Award.

The Award is:

• Open to all young people aged 13-24, regardless of their background and circumstances [currently only offered to Year 9 students at Roleystone Community College]

• About personal development: it is a non-competitive, enjoyable, voluntary and balanced program, which requires sustained effort over time

• A framework that enables young people to demonstrate self-development that is internationally recognised

• Comprised of three Award levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold – each progressively more challenging

• Comprised of four Sections: Service, Skill, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey, and includes a Residential Project at Gold level.


The unique strengths of the Award:


• It can be used by any group or organisation working with young people. It offers youth agencies and organisations a way of gaining international accreditation for development activities with young people

• It is based on enduring principles and robust methodology, but is flexible enough to be used with any group of young people, whatever their needs

• It focuses not on external and universal standards, but on self-directed learning based on individual goals – any young person can take part and achieve their Award, whatever their starting point

https://www.awardswa.org.au/doing-an-award/the-duke-of-ed-award/

For more information on enrolment and completion of the Award, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. directly.