“The schools and colleges of the Archdiocese of Brisbane aspire to educate and form students who are challenged to live the gospel of Jesus Christ and who are literate in the Catholic and broader Christian tradition so that they might participate critically and authentically in faith contexts and wider society.”
Religious Education consists of two distinct but complementary dimensions.
The Religious Education Curriculum contains four strands: These strands are interrelated and are taught in an integrated approach appropriate to the learning contexts of the class.
At All Saints Parish School our School Mission Statement expresses that as God’s people We Walk in Love with Jesus, through FAITH, LEARNING and COMPASSION. As people of FAITH we are members of a community who celebrate, and act justly to enrich and renew our world. As a community of lifelong LEARNERS, we empower each other to grow towards our full potential. As people of COMPASSION we walk as companions, embracing and respecting the gifts and differences of all. We Walk in Love through prayer, celebration and community as we teach, challenge and transform showing justice, acceptance and forgiveness.
The four strands of the Religion Curriculum (Sacred Texts, Beliefs, Church and Christian Life) are interrelated and their content is taught in an integrated way with the aim of developing our learners’ religious literacy so that all may participate critically and effectively as life-long learners within our faith.