Religious Education

As a Catholic school, we work in partnership with our families and parish in the faith development of our students. Our motto provides a particular focus for all we do and is the inspiration for our work in Religious Education.


Our formal Religious Education program is based on the diocesan Religious Education curriculum, Sharing Our Story. The parish sacramental program is supported by classroom activities. Our aim is to provide a sound knowledge and understanding of our Catholic faith.

We nurture the spiritual development of St Nicholas of Myra students by providing class prayer and school liturgies which offer them opportunities to express their faith and celebrate it together. Our parish priest welcomes and encourages the participation of the students in liturgical worship.

St Nicholas of Myra's school community supports a variety of social justice initiatives, supporting the missionary activity of the Catholic Church through raising awareness of the activities and fundraising to support organisations e.g. Caritas Australia's Project Compassion, Catholic Mission and St Vincent De Paul.

Celebration of life experiences and special events are conducted through class liturgies and Masses in the parish church, school hall and classrooms.

Whole school Masses open and close each school year, with significant events in the life of the school or parish also being celebrated in this way. At St Nicholas of Myra, First Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation are parish-based sacraments, and these programs are supported by units of work covered at school.

Teachers are mindful of incorporating the five core values of respect, responsibility, justice, compassion, and cooperation in planning units of work.


Come and see learning in action at St Nicholas of Myra!

We’d love a chance to show you how learning works for young people in our school. Our dedicated teachers plan the learning in detail to help each student do their best.