Teaching and learning is at the core of what makes a good school. The curriculum is what we want our students to know and be able to do by the time they graduate at Year Six.
The curriculum includes what is taught (content), when it is taught (scope and sequence), how it is taught (instruction/programs), what will be used (resources) and how students will demonstrate their learning (assessment).
Religious Education is our first Learning Area and comprises two distinct but complementary dimensions – teaching students religion and teaching students to be religious. Teaching religion is an educational activity focused on the teaching and learning of religion utilising a range of learning processes and resources. Teaching students to be religious is identified with the religious life of the school and is a faith development activity focused on nurturing the religious, spiritual and faith growth of students. Religious Education is taught in a context with the same systematic demands and rigour of all other learning areas. All St Helena’s students are expected to participate in the Religious Education program of the school.
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