Religious education seeks to develop the religious literacy of children in light of the Catholic tradition and challenges students to be a religious voice to the world. The Religious Education Curriculum, developed from the Archdiocese of Brisbane Religious Education Guidelines, involves all the activities and experiences that promote students’ learning and development as a whole person. These are strongly linked to the school’s religious identity and culture.
Jesus Christ is central to our understanding of Christianity. St Thomas More, as a Catholic school, is called to be a real and living expression of the Church’s pastoral mission in the world. Our Religious identity and culture as an authentic Christian community are influenced by the presence of a strong ethos and character based on the values and teachings of St Thomas More and a school charism built upon the life of St Marcellin Champagnat.
As a Catholic Community, St Thomas More School aims to be a place where we strive to live and act in a spirit of Truth and love. It is a community of faith that provides opportunities for students to engage with the teaching of Religious Education actively and authentically, where students are challenged to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ in their everyday lives.
STM Religious Education Program 2022 .pdf
Marist Characteristics at St Thomas More.pdf
Our Vision for Religious Education.pdf
Contemporary Contexts for Religious Education.pdf
Beliefs about Learners and Learning .pdf
A Catholic View of Learning.pdf
Model for Religious Education.pdf
A Reconceptualist Approach to the Religious Education Curriculum .pdf
Prep Scope and Sequence Religious Education.pdf
Year 1 Scope and Sequence Religious Education.pdf
Year 2 Scope and Sequence - Religious Education.pdf
Year 3 Scope and sequence Religious Education.pdf
Year 4 Scope and Sequence - Religious Education.pdf
Year 5 Scope and Sequence Religious Education pdf.pdf
Year 6 Scope and Sequence Religious Education.pdf
High-Quality Teaching and Learning.pdf
Teaching Scripture at St Thomas More.pdf
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