Religious instruction policy statement
schools embrace a multitude of cultural, religious and non-religious beliefs
and encourage students to grow and develop as a whole person, in particular, in
beliefs, values and attitudes. State schools respect the background and beliefs
of all students and staff by not promoting, or being perceived as promoting,
any particular set of beliefs in preference to another.
schools provide religious instruction in accordance with Chapter 5 of the Education
(General Provisions) Act 2006 (EGPA) and Part 5 of the Education
(General Provisions) Regulation 2017 (EGPR) by making available up to one
hour per week for the provision of religious
instruction to students (except Prep students) who are members of a faith
group that has approval to deliver religious instruction at the school.
Currently Peregian Springs State School is not able to offer Religious Instruction to students due to the lack of available volunteers from the churches to provide a program. Parents will be advised should volunteers become available at some time.