Roleystone Community College was a sea of colour and screaming students, staff and parents recently when the P and C hosted this year’s Colour Run.
A huge slippery slide was part of the course along with other obstacles to climb over and through, and lots of lots of colour of course, gleefully squirted and thrown at the participants as they ran past.
But the biggest hit of the day was the dunking tank and the most sort after ‘victim’ was Principal Mr Brookes.
He was a good sport about it too, even though he did get dunked many times.
Ms Jackson also saw a lot of the bottom of the tank as she was another ‘willing’ victim that got dunked many times too.
It was a fun and colourful afternoon for everyone involved.
Thanks to our great P and C for organising it.

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Roleystone Community College is proud and happy to again be part of this very worthwhile Christmas Appeal organised by The Salvation Army.

Baskets for gifts are located around the College, including the Front Office.

More details can be found by clicking on the pdf

pdfxmas_appeal.pdf

It was a thrilling end to this year’s District Athletics Carnival, with Roleystone Community College sitting in SECOND place by only 2 points behind Westfield Park PS, at the end of the Jumps component of the competition, held on November 1st.
A fantastic achievement for all involved.

The Track and Field component was held at Roleystone Community College on Friday November 8th.
Students at RCC showed great sportsmanship and skill and all teams from the six schools represented tried very hard and performed well for their schools over the competition.
This year Armadale came from behind and took the trophy, ahead of Westfield Park by 7 points, with RCC coming in third.

Final standings are as follows:

1st Armadale 198 points
2nd Westfield Park 191 points
3rd ROLEYSTONE CC 187 points
4th Kelmscott 171 points
5th Challis 165 points
6th Neerigen Brook 25 points

RCC had a number of individual medal winners:

Year 3 Champion Girl Gabriella Allen
Year 4 3rd Place Boy Cody Joss
Year 5 Runner Up Boy Aiden Taylor
Year 5 3rd Place Boy Hunter Deacon
Year 6 Champion Boy Mitchell Hole

The Phys Ed staff at RCC are very proud of our team, as the students performed brilliantly and did an amazing job over both days of the competition.

Congratulations to everyone who took part.

Ms Karvinen Primary
Physical Education Specialist

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In an attempt to keep mentally and physically healthy, a dedicated group of teachers from the College have started up a Bushwalking group.

Once a week the group gather at the end of the day and head off on a walking trail around Roleystone.

The group has already hiked around the glorious Roley Pool area, and enjoyed the walk and the scenery immensely.

Roleystone has a lot of fantastic bush walking trails and areas to explore, so this group is going to be very fit and healthy for their Christmas break.

Well done to Music teacher Jane Slater and Primary Teacher Renee Gilchrist for coming up with the idea, the motivation and organising the walks.