The spiritual and liturgical programme in the School is varied.
In the Primary School, students are taught by a specialist teacher in Christian Education classes once a week. All assemblies include observation of our Anglican ethos and Worship Services are prepared by class teachers or the Chaplain and often led by students.
The Primary School is also trialling a new thematic based study across the year groups. This course was developed over a number of years by a Perth Anglican School, and Mrs Lorraine Hills, the Primary Christian Studies teacher, has great confidence in it fitting well into the fabric of the School while developing each child’s understanding of the Christian faith and growth of the Church.
In the Secondary School, worship is predominantly conducted in Houses. House Reflections are held on a three-week cycle throughout the school year, while Houses share in the Eucharist at least twice during the year. Reflections are also held throughout the first term with Year 7s before they join in with their House Groups later in the year.
In Secondary, each year level studies a different Christian Education Programme course. These courses are Australian written and endeavour to reveal the truths and foundations of the Christian faith in the everyday lives of young people. In Senior Secondary, classes can become more tutorial like with studies in world views, religions, overseas service learning, and moral and ethical issues.