Religion is an integral aspect of school life. All classes have prayer on a daily basis. As your child grows in their Christian understanding of God, the Church and human person, they will learn about culture, faith and life.
These beliefs, values, rituals and teachings create an authentic and life-giving experience of the Church. Class liturgies and school masses are held throughout the year and families are invited to attend these celebrations. Students learn to express God's teachings through liturgical dance and their participation in various aspects of the Masses. The Made in the Image of God program will also develop their understanding of faith and God in the role of human relationships and sexuality.
The religious life of the school community and the commitment to Christian service are also evident in the activities of student led, school based groups such as our Social Justice group. As part of our commitment to social justice, the children engage in fundraising activities to support people in our local area, visit local nursing homes, collect cans in order to raise money to support third world communities and engage in a strong value based program which focuses on how we treat others in our every day lives.