Religious Education (RE) aims to provide students with a systematic knowledge and understanding about Christianity, principal religions and worldviews, which guide people through life.
RE aims to enable students to become religiously, theologically and philosophically literate so they can engage in life in an increasingly diverse religious and secular society. We want to assist students by sharing human understanding, developing their personal identity and searching for meaning when evaluating different viewpoints.
RE also seeks to foster an atmosphere of tolerance, empathy, and respect for all belief systems, encouraging students to appreciate the cultural and moral diversity that shapes our global society. By promoting critical thinking and open dialogue, RE equips students with the tools to navigate complex ethical and moral dilemmas, promoting a harmonious coexistence among people of various faiths and worldviews.