Its back at RCC starting this term.

Jump Rope for Heart is a fantastic physical activity and fundraising program that has been run by the Heart Foundation for over 36 years. It’s a great way for your child to keep fit and learn new skills, but it also helps raise funds for vital heart research and education programs.

Here at RCC the whole school program will be run as a 10 – 15 minute activity in Physical Education classes and incorporated in morning fitness. During Health Education students will be recording their participation and throughout the term rewards will be awarded for a variety of achievements.
If you would like to register your child’s fundraising page online go to and select ‘Join School’.

If you have any questions please contact your child’s PE teacher.

Happy Skipping!

Connie Sutherland (HPE Teacher)

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The school photo packs have been handed out to those students who ordered them so families should have received their photos.
If there are any queries regarding the photo packs, please call Academy Photos on 1800 816 224
The Sports/Specials photos are now available to order and purchase online.
Please visit and enter the shoot key….Co-Curricular - XN63FT83
If there are any queries or questions, please contact Academy Photos and ask to speak to Natalie Kelly.

The P&C has received a $2,000 grant to become a Container Deposit Scheme Donation Point.
The grant will fund the purchase of lockable donation cages, where students, parents and the community can deposit containers like plastic bottles and aluminium cans.
The money generated from these containers will then be reinvested in Roleystone Community College through the P&C.
Donating containers is a fantastic way people can support their local school, and at the same time reduce landfill.
The Scheme gets underway on 1 October- so start collecting and get donating!

 Photo taken by Examiner.jpga 

In Photo; (at back) RCC P&C President Scott Mosey, Matt Swinbourn MLC for the East Metropolitan Region, and Mark Brookes Principal, with Student Councillors Kaidy Robson, Hugh Norman Kyra Sheppard, Jenna Kilburn, Ava Wolfenden, and Jamie Rustandi.
Photo courtesy of Aaron Van Rongen from Examiner Newspapers.


This term we are focussing on Athletics based activities, to help the students get ready for a number of carnivals in Term 3.
Students will be required to practice team games during the allocated morning fitness times.
The first carnival is the Interhouse Cross Country on Friday July 31, which kicks off with the Years 3 and 4 in Period 1.
The DDSA Cross Country carnival is scheduled on Friday August 21 and will be held at Armadale Primary School.
RCC’s hotly contested Interhouse Athletics Carnivals are scheduled for later this term – PP-Yr 4 on Tuesday September 15, and Years 5- 10 on Thursday September 24.
(All are subject to the WA Government’s Phase 5 COVID restrictions coming into place on August 1.)

Happy Fitnessing!!
Rebecca Jackson and Connie Sutherland

RCC’s Ignite program is really kicking goals and is a huge hit with the students who are excelling and loving the program.
Check out the attached testimonials and photos. Read about the program through the drop down tab in Learning Programs.

pdfCirillo Ignite.pdf

pdfLibby Littley Ignite.pdf

pdfNickels Ignite.pdf


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