As a secular school, we welcome families of all backgrounds and beliefs, working and playing together in harmony. Under the Education Act of 1990, students are able to participate in either Special Religious Education or Special Education in Ethics.
Special Religious Education (SRE)
These lessons are delivered by authorised representatives of approved religious groups. A KSPS teacher is present at all our SRE classes. At this time, Christian Scripture is the only SRE available. For more information on Christian SRE see: http://www.whysre.com.au/.
Special Education in Ethics (SEE)
Ethics Classes offer students who opt out of SRE a chance to participate in discussions on age appropriate philosophical matters. Classes are delivered by teachers trained by Primary Ethics and follow a specific curriculum. SEE takes place at the same times as SRE and a KSPS teacher is present. For more information on ethics classes see: http://www.primaryethics.com.au/
Students who are opted out of Scripture but not enrolled in Ethics classes will attend Non-Scripture where they will be supervised in an area separate to SRE/SEE. Students have the option to read, do private study or complete homework. No lessons will be provided.
Parents may change their child's SRE/SEE selection in writing at any time during the school year.
Currently SRE and SEE classes take place on Tuesday afternoons.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land and pay our respects to the elders both past, present and future. For they hold the memories, traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia. We must always remember that under the concrete and asphalt, this land is, was and will always be traditional Aboriginal land.
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