As a leader in girls’ education, Roseville College delivers a well-rounded and rigorous education, offering our students a breadth of academic and co-curricular opportunities designed to challenge each girl.
We are proud that our Junior School delivers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) which offers an inquiry-based, transdisciplinary curriculum framework that builds conceptual understanding. It is a student-centred approach to education that reflects the best of educational research, thought leadership and experience derived from IB World Schools.
With a commitment to personalised learning, driven through academic rigour and quality teaching that inspires each girl to strive for her best, each girl is equipped with a progressive, robust attitude to learning through responsibility, challenge and curiosity.
Through the Inclusive Learning program, high ability students are extended in their learning. A quality, differentiated curriculum combined with the ability to stream core subject areas inspires students of high ability to thrive within a personally rewarding and rigorous learning environment.
For students who may require additional support, our Inclusive Learning teachers work in collaboration with classroom teachers and support staff to assist students in various areas of the curriculum.
Sports and co-curricular program
Be it music, performing arts, debating or dance, our extracurricular activities foster new passions and skills.
Our comprehensive sports program encourages students of all abilities to participate in and enjoy sport and Years 3 to 6 can compete in the Independent Primary School Heads of Australia (IPSHA) sporting competition.
Delivered by specialist teachers, Junior students learn languages (French and Chinese) as well as visual arts.
The Junior School Leadership Program enables every girl in Year 6 to grow her leadership skills as she participates as a Kindergarten Buddy, special action representatives, media and technology crews, library innovators, Cru leadership, House leadership or as executive or prefects in the Junior School student leadership team. These opportunities prepare girls for a broad range of leadership opportunities from Years 7 to 12.
Before and after-school care
There is a before and after-school care program onsite at the College which is available for girls from Kindergarten to Year 6. It operates from 7.00–8.00am and 3.00–6.00pm each school day. Recreational activities and homework supervision are provided.
Operated by CommunityOSH, further information and enrolments can be accessed from the CommunityOSH website.
The Junior School Homework Club for Years 5 and 6 is available on weekdays after school until 4pm where students are supervised to complete their homework in the library.
Language proficiency with EALD
Students studying English as an Additional Language and/or Dialect (EALD) receive specialised support to maximise their learning at Roseville College.
Individualised support encourages and assists access to the full academic program, while building language skills through group and one-to-one interaction, subject to each girl’s current proficiency in English. Students develop English competency in speaking, writing and vocabulary, reading and grammar, and general homework completion.