Religious Education at Thomas Carr College provides our students with the opportunity to develop the vital components of knowledge, understanding, appreciation and celebration of the living Catholic faith in today’s world.
We aim to have a dynamic, creative and inclusive program where students experience a love of faith, develop an advance understanding and acceptance of the Thomas Carr Mission Statement and promote the ideals and values of the Catholic Church.
Across all year levels, our Religious Education teachers play a crucial role in facilitating enriching Religious Education curriculum and develop the critical thinking skills of students essential for understanding religious and ethical issues. Students are provided with opportunities to reflect and centre their lives on God. We feel that teaching students the history and practice of Christian Meditation is a way of giving them a gift of prayer that they can draw on for the rest of their lives. Students are also encouraged to reflect regularly in open dialogue with their families about what they are studying in their classes.
Hopefully, through the Religious Education program, we instill a religious culture that permeates through every aspect of the life of the College.
Belonging to Thomas Carr College and faith community, Prayer and Liturgy, God and Creation, The Sacred Scriptures
Jesus the Jew, Jesus our Model for Living, St. Paul and the early Christian communities, Signs symbols and sacraments
Heroes and leaders in the Bible, Living justly, The Australian Catholic Church, Hope and healing
Mark Gospel, Healthy Relationships, Church in History, The Eucharist
Religion & Society, Text & Tradition
Religion and Art, Religion and Music, Religion and Film, Christian Meditation, Religion & Society,
Text & Traditions