Christian Education is a core subject based on the teachings of the Bible and the person of Jesus Christ, and recognises the importance of a reasoned approach to the Christian faith and to the development of a Christian worldview. 

Christian Education (Years 7 to 12)

Year 7
Christian Education is based on the teachings of the Bible and the person of Jesus Christ. It recognises the importance of a reasoned approach to the Christian faith and to the development of a Christian worldview. Assessment is in the form of short exams, research assignments, group work, oral presentations and participation in class activities and discussions. Topics covered in Year 7 Christian Education include: Friendship, Using the Bible, Biblical Characters, Life, Shalom, Prayer, Themes from Narnia and Christmas.

Year 8
Topics covered in Year 8 Christian Education include: The Bible, Judaism, Jesus' Life and Teachings, Puberty, Poverty, Dealing with Disabilities and Christmas.

Year 9
Topics covered in Year 9 Christian Education include: Bible Overview, Science & God, Self-image and Self-Esteem, Hinduism, Ethics, Relationships and Changing Direction.

Year 10
Topics covered include: Jesus' Parables, Jesus' Resurrection, Forgiveness & Justice, Is the Bible Reliable, Personal Identity, Identity of Christ, Christ’s Resurrection, Forgiveness and Justice, Buddhism, Character & Decision-making.

Year 11
The Christian Education curriculum is based on the teachings of the Bible and the person of Jesus Christ and recognises the importance of a reasoned approach to the Christian faith and to the development of a Christian worldview. Assessment is in the form of short exams, research assignments, group work, oral presentations and participation in class activities and discussions. Topics covered include: Book of James, Suffering & the Hiding Place, Islam, Managing Stress, History of Christianity, Cults, Dealing with Death & Grief, Does God Exist?

Year 12
The Christian Education curriculum is based on the teachings of the Bible and the person of Jesus Christ and recognises the importance of a reasoned approach to the Christian faith and to the development of a Christian worldview. Assessment is in the form of short exams, research assignments, group work, oral presentations and participation in class activities and discussions. Topics covered include: Extraordinary People, Technology & Ethics, the Search for Meaning and the Impact of Christianity on Western Culture.