Year 10 Religious Education

Selection for courses will open on September 2nd, 2020. In the meantime, visit the Learning Area pages to get indepth information about courses available to you.

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mrs I. De Vos

On completing this course students should be able to:
• develop knowledge and understanding of the mystery of God and of Jesus Christ, of
the Church and of the central beliefs which Catholics hold;
• develop awareness and appreciation of Catholic belief, understanding of its impact
on personal and social behaviour and of the vital relationship between faith and
life, life and faith;
• encourage study, investigation and reflection by the pupils;
• develop appropriate skills: for example, ability to listen; to think critically, spiritually,
ethically and theologically; to acquire knowledge and organise it effectively; to make
informed judgements;
• foster appropriate attitudes: for example, respect for truth; respect for the views
of others; awareness of the spiritual, of moral responsibility of the demands
of religious commitment in everyday life and especially the challenge of living in a
multicultural, multi-faith society.

The  course will be selected from these topics:
- Discovering our identity - Inspiring Men and Women
- Journey Stories - Sinfulness and Reconciliation
- The meaning and significance of Eucharist - The Teachings of Jesus
- The Church’s story: The Middle Ages - Expressions of Catholic Life

Students are assessed in a variety of ways:
Evaluation exercises, tests, assignments, research projects, exams, visual and
audiovisual displays and class participation.


$6.00 Religious Studies Levy (donation)
Laptop or tablet
2 X 1B5 exercise books/ coloured pencils/ glue stick

Recommended Prior Learning

Previous study in Year 9

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