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New! GNFL Meaningful Structure explained by Dr. Draško Dizdar

Catholic Education in Tasmania continues the proud tradition of providing an education that is mandated by the Catholic Church and centred on the Person of Jesus Christ. Catholic education continues to build on the great tradition of the religious who staffed our schools for over one hundred and fifty years, devoting their lives to the education of children and young people, especially those who were poor or in need. It is this legacy of commitment and generosity that continues to inspire our educational communities.

 

Click here to access a document outlining the new GNFL Meaningful Structure approach to the Religious Education Curriculum.

Religious Education
Religious Education is the learning area at the heart of the Catholic school’s curriculum. The newly released Religious Education Standards for Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Hobart clearly outline the expectation and requirements for Religious Education.
Good News for Living
The Good News for Living (GNFL) curriculum, Foundation to Year 6, explores the core Catholic Church teaching about God, Jesus Christ, Church, Scripture, Sacraments, Christian Prayer, Christian Life, and Religion and Society.
Australian Curriculum
The Australian Curriculum is designed to help all young Australians to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed citizens. The Tasmanian Religious Education Curriculum has a fourth cross-curriculum priority: Catholicity.
To Know, Worship & Love
To Know, Worship & Love (KWL) is the resource that accompanies the learning and teaching of Good News for Living. KWL Primary (Prep to Year 6) is now available to our students in a digital format.

Resource Feature : Term 3 2022 Unit Planners P - 6

 

Planned with the Meaningful Structure in mind, the units are accompanied

by a recorded webinar that provides an overview of each unit and the learning activities.

Click on the Unit Planner button below to access units developed from P - Year 5/6

 

 

 

Catholic Education Tasmania acknowledges and pays respect to the original and ongoing custodians of the land. We acknowledge the continuing connection to land, seas, air and waterways and commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of reconciliation. We honour Elders, past, present and emerging.