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Religion and ethics

NSW public schools offer special religious education and special education in ethics, delivered by approved providers wherever available.

During enrolment, you can choose a special religious education option for your child from the school’s available approved providers. You can withdraw your child from special religious education by selecting alternative meaningful activities, or special education in ethics if it’s available.

You can update your preference by writing to the school or through the online form available at participating schools.
Visit the department’s website for more information about religion and ethics. 

At Iluka Public School, aach child will receive a minimum of 30 minutes per week of SRE, SEE or other meaningful activities.

The following SRE classes are offered at Iluka Public School: Combined Christian SRE.

Combined Christian SRE is provided by SRE teachers from different Christian denominations and churches. The approved providers in this combined arrangement are listed below. All Christian SRE teachers are authorised and trained by an approved provider.

The approved providers of SRE teachers at Iluka Public School are listed below:

Anglican Diocese of Grafton, website

Baptist Union of NSW, website

Presbyterian Church of Australia in the State of NSW, website

Seventh-Day Adventist Church North NSW Conference, website

The Church of the Foursquare Gospel, website

Uniting Church in Australia (NSW Synod), website

With SRE teachers from local churches, students ask questions, explore the Bible and discover the Good News of Jesus Christ and what it means to be a Christian in our world today. Lessons are age-appropriate, fun and inclusive. View the curriculum here

Special Education in Ethics is provided by Primary Ethics (link). For more information on authorised SEE curriculum scope and sequence, please visit (link).

During the time that SRE and SEE classes are being held, students not attending will be located in a separate space and will participate in meaningful activities which may include reading, private study or completing homework.