Clower Ave, Rouse Hill NSW 2155 More schools in postcode 2155
Phone 8824 7330
Fax 8824 7335
Established in 1875, Rouse Hill Public School is located in North West Sydney. We currently have 31 mainstream classes with 5 support classes that are integral to our school. We have a strong Mandarin focus where every class is learning Mandarin for 40 minutes per week. The Mandarin Bilingual Program in 2015 at Rouse Hill Public School offers 5 hours of Mandarin instruction per week to ten classes from Year 1 to Year 6 and 3 hrs per week for all of our Kindergarten classes. Rouse Hill Public School is one of only four state bilingual schools. This year 40 students and many staff members visited our sister school in China and we will have two Chinese schools visit Rouse Hill Public School towards the end of the yaer.
We are proud of our achievements in all areas of the curriculum. Especially in Student Welfare as we are a Positive Behaviour for Learning school (PBL) where every child learns to be safe respectful learners. Rouse Hill Public School offers many extra-curricular activities such as: PSSA Sport, Public Speaking, Debating, Dance Groups, Choir, Chess, Band, Violin Group, Skipping Groups and a very active Student Representative Council.
The Rouse Hill Learning Community comprising of Rouse Hill High School, Ironbark Ridge Public School, Beaumont Hills Public School and Rouse Hill Public School work together with the view that our central focus remains on strengthening in each child: independence; citizenship; honesty; and academic excellence. Our overarching goal is to ensure Rouse Hill Public School remains the school of choice for local residents. As our motto states, "In all we do, we do our best".
For more information, please contact the principal, David Jenkins on 8824 7330, to arrange a walk and talk tour of the school.
Special Needs services offered by this school
- Students with a Range of Disabilities with Similar Support Needs
- Students with Autism
- Students with Emotional Disturbance
The New South Wales Department of Education and Communities support students with special needs in public schools in a range of ways. This may include support classes for students in regular and special schools. You can also discuss your child's learning needs with the principal of your child's school. For more information about the full range of support services in New South Wales public schools please go to Disability Programs http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/studentsupport/programs/disability.php
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