No matter whether you come from a faith background or not, many parents realise the challenges of raising children that know who they are and what they stand for. At Christian SRE we support parents in helping children to develop holistically and discover what it means to live well, respecting themselves and others.

Every child has the right to ask questions about life and explore values. That's why Christian SRE classes are organised so that questions are welcomed and addressed, valuing every child's unique faith journey. Partnering with parents, Christian SRE provides a safe avenue for children to develop positive self-image, identity and resilience, forming young people in their understanding of the morals and values from the teachings of Jesus.

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QUESTION.

Asking questions is the key to learning.

Students are encouraged to ask questions about the Christian faith and its relevance to life. Questions begin the journey to knowledge and understanding.

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EXPLORE.

Exploration brings deeper comprehension.

Students are encouraged to explore questions of faith, life and values in relation to their own personal beliefs and the broader worldviews found in society today, and in the past. Exploration promotes learning that is relevant.

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DISCOVER.

Discovery leads to meaningful conclusions.

When students draw their own conclusions about the Christian faith and it’s values they can make decisions about life and how it should be lived. Discovery is when questions and exploration come alive.

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"SRE gives young people the chance to ask big picture questions about our world and work out what they believe for themselves."

- Murray Norman

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"Scripture provides for the spiritual side of my kid’s education, making school a more holistic learning environment."

- Vanessa Stuckings

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"Through SRE students can develop a sense of meaning and purpose enabling them to grow in their ability to connect with culture, religion and community."

- Glenn Davies