The Roseville College Learning Festival


Roseville College hosted another highly successful earning Festival for hundreds of visitors at its campus in Bancroft Avenue on Saturday 25 May, from 12 - 4pm. This video, released early in 2019 to promote the Festival, shares student speak about their personal growth over the past year.

The annual Festival celebrates “Learning for Purpose” by girls in Kindergarten to Year 12, with more than one hundred different displays and activities on the afternoon’s program. The Festival is hosted by students and their teachers, who are excited to show visitors, including family, friends and fellow students, what they are doing at Roseville College each day, and to demonstrate the reason and purpose behind it.

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View The 2019 Learning Festival Program

Realising Purpose

Our vision is Realising Purpose by leading in girls’ education through four qualities that we are renowned for:
Christian Faith, Character, Leadership and strong Community.

Learning Festival Precincts

Discover more about five Learning Festival precincts at Roseville College.

Humanities and Social Science

Humanities and Social Science prepares students with an education that serves them for life, where they are able to consider global issues from the historical to the contemporary. It encompasses English, History, Geography and Languages.

Visit the Humanities and Social Science precinct at the Learning Festival to be immersed in history at the Roseville Museum, learn how to write engaging stories and see an array of student works in the Library.

Humanities and Social Science at Roseville College

Music and Performing Arts

Music and Performing Arts are an important component to co-curricular life at Roseville College. A variety of Music ensembles are offered, catering for different abilities and musical styles, and specialist music, speech and drama tutors provide quality learning opportunities. Multiple performances throughout the year allow each girl to demonstrate her learning and expertise.

Each year, the Junior School and Senior School alternate to produce a musical production, with students participating through acting, music, dance, set and costume design, and sound and lighting elements.

Visit the Music and Performing Arts precinct at the Learning Festival to experience performances by a variety of Music ensembles and Performing Arts groups throughout the day.

Music at Roseville College


Roseville College offers an extensive sports program across Kindergarten – Year 12, that encourages students of all abilities to participate in and enjoy sport, developing their skills, co-operation and teamwork.

Visit the indoor and outdoor Sport and PDHPE precincts at the Learning Festival to participate in an array of sports games and activities, and view the Sport and Wellbeing display in the Hall Foyer.

Sport at Roseville College

Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics

Students at Roseville College are exposed to a broad array of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) studies from a young age with enrichment and acceleration opportunities commencing in the Junior School. STEAM subjects drive excellence through academic rigour and equip each girl with a progressive, robust attitude to learning through responsibility, challenge and curiosity.

With over 62% of our Year 12 students studying advanced Mathematics and 35 offers for university degrees in Science, Medical Science and Pharmacy among the Class of 2017, an increasing number of our students are intrigued by the challenges and learning opportunities STEAM subjects provide.

Visit the STEAM precinct at the Learning Festival to see a 3D printer at work, treat yourself some handmade treats by TAS students and experience a student-led Science show.

STEAM at Roseville College

Junior School

Our Junior School enrols 250 girls from Kindergarten to Year 6 and is characterised by its welcoming Christian community and strong school spirit. The rigorous curriculum, guided by the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP), is deeply considered and characterized by a wide range of learning that enriches each girl’s physical, social and spiritual growth. This includes student wellbeing, sports, outdoor education, music, STEAM, co-curricular clubs, health, Christian studies and inter-year initiatives, such as Buddy Partners.

Visit the Junior School at the Learning Festival to experience digital technologies in the STEAM Lab, view musical performances and artworks, meet baby animals in the Roseville Farm and relax at the Year 6 Café. Students from Kindergarten – Year 6 will demonstrate an area of learning in their classrooms at various times throughout the afternoon.

Roseville College Junior School


Visitors, please visit our Registrar on the Lawn near the Main Entrance at 27 Bancroft Avenue, Roseville.

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Why Visit Roseville College?

Take a glimpse into the Learning Festival by viewing the highlights from 2018.