The Religion and Values program provides students with an opportunity to engage with the Christian faith by being exposed to Christian beliefs and practices studied from a perspective outlined by the Uniting Church. This understanding is also integrated in Chapel services which aim to provide students with a value system as they move out into the wider community.

Religion and Values is considered an academic subject and is embedded as part of the curriculum from Foundation to year 10 and then students may elect to further continue their studies by completing the VCE units of Religion and Society in yr 11 and 12. As students will learn about Christianity they will also engage with the stories, beliefs and practices of other faiths so as to understand and respect humanity’s need for freedom of religion. This is a multi faceted resource which will assist them to be global citizens in the 21st Century.

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