Special Ethics Education (SEE) is a secular alternative to scripture classes available to all students who have nominated Non-Scripture.
The focus is on the discussion of ethical issues, both personal and social, which allows students to better understand and develop crucial skills such as Empathy, Tolerance and Respect. Moreover, this process of ethical enquiry will develop students' critical thinking skills, which are vital to any academic endeavour.
Information on the curriculum and teaching methods/qualifications is available at https://primaryethics.com.au.
If you would like your child to participate (SEE), please complete the form sent home by the school and return it to the school.
Please note, however, that we can only provide these classes to students if we have sufficient volunteers willing to undergo the necessary teacher-training. If you are interested in doing this, please email the school at firstname.lastname@example.org.