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Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Prep
Beliefs Christian Life Church Sacred Texts
Religious Identity and Culture Evangelisation & Faith Formation Christian Prayer Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-
Amen, Sign of the Cross, Meditative prayer practices, including silence and stillness and lighting a candle.

Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5
Religion Curriculum
The Church A
Special Place
CHPG1 The
Church building
and rituals for
believers.
CHLS1 Ways of
praying together.
CLPS2 Prayer
practices (candle,
cross).
The Risen Lord
BETR2 Jesus
suffered, died and
rose again.
CHLS1
Liturgical seasons.
STNT1 STOT1
Christians venerate
the Bible.
STNT2 New
Testament,
Good news of Jesus.



Who Made the
World?
BETR1 God is creator
of all.
STCW1 Creation
Story.
STNT1 Bible is a
sacred book.
STOT2 Old
Testament stories.
CLMF2 Making
Choices


Mary MacKillop
STNT2 Characters &
messages from the
bible.
STCW1 Jesus
Golden Rule.
CLMF1 Jesus
messages.
CLMF2 Making
Choices.
CLMJ1 Gods Plan.


Jesus the Jew
BEWR1 Jesus was a Jew.
STNT2 New Testament-
Stories about Jesus.
CLPS1 Jesus prayed and
taught others to pray.
CLMJ1 Gods plan.
CHLS1 Special times in
the church (Christmas)

Religious Life of the School
ICS1.1 Engaging
students in use of
local prayer sites
ICS1.3 Establishing
& maintaining
sacred spaces in
the classroom
EFG1.2 Planning
for prayer which is
Christ centred
PWP2.1 Modelling
the sign of the
cross
PWP3.1 Diverse
prayer
experiences

EFG1.3 Liturgical
seasons
EFG1.3 Connections
between life, death
& resurrection of
Jesus &
contemporary
people & events
PWP2.3 Using
scriptural texts in
prayer
PWP2.9 Using the
arts to enhance
prayer experiences
SJS2.1 Promoting a
justice focus in
prayer (Caritas)
SJS3.4 Investigating
ways to look after
the environment
SJA2.1
Environmentally
friendly practices
SJR2.6 Locating &
using resources by
Catholic agencies to
promote reflection
on sustainability
PWP2.3 Using
scriptural texts in
prayer

ICE1.3 Using symbols
of Mary MacKillop
SJA3.2
Grandparents Day
SJS2.1 Justice focus
in class prayer
EFG2.1 Christian
culture of
forgiveness
EFG3.4 Writings of
Mary MacKillop
EFG1.3 Liturgical seasons
PWP2.3 Using scriptural
texts in prayer
PWP3.2 Approaches to
meditation
ICS3.2 Using the natural
environment for prayer
SJA1.5 SVDP Christmas
Appeal
Mandated Sacred Texts-
Creation- Genesis 1:1-2: 4a, Genesis 2:4b-9; 15-25
Prayer- Luke 11:1-4
Right Relationships- Luke 10:29-37, Luke 17:11-18
Family- Stories of families that Jesus may have heard as a child- Genesis 37:1-36, 39:1-6, 41:15-44, 41:53-57, 42-26
Easter Story- Mark 16:1-8

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units
Year One
Beliefs Christian Life Church Sacred Texts
Religious Identity and Culture Evangelisation & Faith Formation Christian Prayer Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-
Hail Mary, Grace, Meditative prayer practices including closing eyes and praying with beads and music.
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5
Religion Curriculum
Mary MacKillop
CLMJ2 Created in
Gods Image
CLPS3 Personal &
Communal prayer
BETR3 Jesus
Called People
BEHE1 Gods Plan








Jesus Mission
BEWR2 Jesus Jewish
Life
STCW2 The Wisdom
of the Old
Testament
BETR3 Jesus Mission
& Ministry
STNT3 The Gospels
Tell us About Jesus


Creation
STOT3 The Bible is
a Sacred Book
CLMF3 God is
creator and
sustainer of life
CLMF3 Gods plan
for creation
CLPS5 Meditative
Prayer


Belonging
CHLS2 Sacraments of
Baptism & Eucharist
CHPG2 People in our
Parish
CLPS3 Personal &
Communal prayer


Mary, Jesus Mother
STOT3 The Bible is a
Sacred Book
STNT3 The Gospels tell
us about Jesus.
STCW2 Old Testament
People
BEWR2 Jesus Jewish
family
CLMJ2 Created in
Gods Image
CLPS3 Marian Prayer
CLPS4 We Honour
Mary
CLPS5 Meditative
Prayer
Religious Life of the School
ICE1.3 Using
symbols of Mary
MacKillop
SJA3.2
Grandparents
Day
SJS2.1 Justice
focus in class
prayer
EFG2.1 Christian
culture of
forgiveness
EFG3.4 Writings
of Mary MacKillop
PWR2.1 Prayer
rituals in school
routines
EFG1.3 Connecting
the life of Jesus to
contemporary
people and events
PWP3.4 Providing
opportunities for
prayer
PWR2.5 Prayerful,
reflective practices
SJS2.1 Promoting a
justice focus in
prayer (Caritas)
SJS3.4 Applying
Christian
stewardship to the
school
environment
SJA2.1 Fostering
environmentally
friendly practices
SJA2.3 Engaging
with local
environmental
projects
EFG3.1 Identifying
& using scriptural
texts to promote
& support
Christian values
ICE1.5 Celebrating
significant days in
the parish
community
ICC2.6 Partnering
with the local parish
EFW3.1 Invite clergy
& parish staff to
participate in the
everyday life of the
school
PWP2.5 Writing
prayers
PWP1.3 Identifying
times & occasions
for different types of
prayer
PWP1.1 Teaching &
using traditional
prayers
PWP2.6 Emphasising a
sense of the sacred
during prayer times
ICS3.2 Using the
natural environment to
promote a sense of the
sacred
EFG1.3 Connecting the
life of Jesus to
contemporary people
and events

Mandated Sacred Texts-
God's plan for all Creation- Genesis 2:4b-8 15-23, Genesis 6:13-9:1,
God's action in the lives of the Hebrew people- Exodus 3:8-17
Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist- Mark 14:22-25, Mark 1:9-11
Jesus' mission and ministry- Matthew 4:18-22, Mark 3:13-19
Life in the time of Jesus- Luke 2:41-47, Matthew 26:17-19
Mary, Mother of Jesus- Luke 1:26-28, Luke 1:39-42

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units
Year Two
Beliefs Christian Life Church Sacred Texts
Religious Identity and Culture Evangelisation & Faith Formation Christian Prayer Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer- Prayers for forgiveness, including Acts of Contrition & Penitential Act;
Meditative prayer practices, including centred breathing and attending to posture.
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6
Religion Curriculum
Church History
CHPG3 Church
community
follows
teachings &
actions of
Jesus
CHCH1 Parish
community
CLPS6
Participating in
personal &
communal
Prayer


All the World is
Sacred
STCW3 Wisdom
of the Saints
BEHE2 Stewards
of Gods Creation
CLPS6 Prayers of
forgiveness.
CLPS7Meditative
Prayer
CLMJ3 Gods plan
for creation



Saying Sorry
CLMF5
Unconditional
love, Choices &
Reconciliation.
CHLS3 Sacrament
of Penance.
BEWR3 Jewish
People are a
covenant people.
STOT5 Gods
relationship with
the Jewish People
CLPS6 Prayers of
forgiveness.
Mary Mackillop
STCW3
The wisdom of the
saints
BETR4 Purpose
and Nature of
Jesus Mission
STNT5 The primary
source of Gods
self-revelation is
the New
Testament.



Teachings and
Actions of Jesus
BETR4 Purpose
and nature of
Jesus mission
STOT4 Old and
New Testament
CHPG3 The
Church
Community
draws from the
teaching of
Jesus


The Life and
Times of Jesus
STOT4 The
bible is a library
of books
STNT4 New
Testament
Books
BETR4 Purpose
and Nature of
Jesus Mission


Religious Life of the School
EFG1.3
Connecting the
life of Jesus to
contemporary
people and
events
ICC2.6
Connecting with
the parish
community
through prayer
PWP1.2
Identifying times
for different
forms of prayer
PWR2.2
Promoting use of
sacred space
SJS3.4 Applying
Christian
stewardship to the
school
environment
SJA2.1 Fostering
environmentally
friendly practices
SJA2.3 Engaging
with local
environmental
projects
EFG3.1 Identifying
& using scriptural
texts to promote
& support
Christian values
ICC2.2
Developing a
culture
committed to
reconciliation
EFG2.1
Developing a
culture of
forgiveness and
reconciliation
ICE1.3 Using
symbols of
Mary MacKillop
SJA3.2
Grandparents
Day
SJS2.1 Justice
focus in class
prayer
EFG2.1
Christian
culture of
forgiveness
EFG3.4
Writings of
Mary MacKillop

EFG1.3 Connecting
the life of Jesus to
contemporary
people and events
ICC3.2 Promoting a
spirit of Christian
hospitality to all
EFG3.1 Using
scriptural texts to
support Christian
values of the school
PWP2.6
Emphasising a
sense of the sacred
during prayer times
SJS2.1
Promoting a
justice focus in
prayer (Caritas)
EFG3.1 Using
scriptural texts
to support
Christian values
of the school
PWR2.2
Promoting use
of sacred
spaces
PWP2.5
Writing prayers
Mandated Sacred Texts-
Stewardship- Genesis 1:1-2:4a; Genesis 2:4b-25, Genesis 9:8-17
Loving relationships with God, others and creation- Luke 10:25-37, Matthew 22:34-40
Covenant in the Old Testament- Genesis 17:1-8; 15-19; 21-22
Teachings and actions of Jesus- Matthew 18:21-35, Matthew 20:29-34, Luke 13:10-13, John 6:16-21
Reconciliation and forgiveness- Luke 17:3-4, Luke 15:11-31, Luke 19:1-10
Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units
Year Three
Beliefs Christian Life Church Sacred Texts
Religious Identity and Culture Evangelisation & Faith Formation Christian Prayer Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-
Prayers of Thanksgiving, Prayers of Praise, Glory Be, Meditative Prayer Practices, including guided mediation &
mindful listening.
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5
Religion Curriculum
Prayer and
Ritual
CLPS8
Understanding
the features of
prayers
CLPS9
Participate
respectfully in
mediative
prayer


Me, Myself and My
Church
CHLS4
Sacraments of
Initiation
CHPG4
Key features of our
local diocese
BEHE3
Order and harmony
arise from diversity


Heroes of the Past
BEWR4
Jewish Peoples
Relationship with
God
CHCH2
Significant person in
our parish
CLMF6
Making Moral
Decisions
STOT6
Different ways of
portraying God

Mary Mackillop
STCW4
Wisdom of prayers
attributed to the
Saints
CLMJ4
Concern for the poor
& disadvantaged
CLPS8
Prayer nurtures the
life of believers


Jesus and His Great
Commandment
BETR5
Jesus is the Messiah
STNT7
Understanding Gospels
CLMJ4
Jesus Great
Commandment
STNT8
Exploring the New
Testament


Religious Life of the School
SJS2.1
Promoting a
justice focus in
prayer (Caritas)
PWP1.1
Traditional
prayers
PWP2.1
Gestures used
in prayer
celebrations
PWP2.5
Creating prayers

ICC2.1 Encouraging
parents to participate in
the sacramental
program
ICC2.4 Recognising &
supporting everyday
moments in our lives
EFG2.3 Opportunities
for all to understand
traditions & practices &
their connection with
Jesus
PWP2.2 Taking time to
prepare for prayer
experiences
EFF2.2 Celebrating
diversity within the
school community
ICC2.6 Nurture
connections with
the
Wider church
community
EFG2.1 Developing
a culture of
forgiveness and
reconciliation
EFW2.3 Witnessing
the school values at
external events

ICE1.3 Using symbols
of Mary MacKillop
SJA3.2
Grandparents Day
SJS2.1 Justice focus
in class prayer
EFG2.1 Christian
culture of
forgiveness
EFG3.4 Writings of
Mary MacKillop
PWP1.2 Identifying
appropriate prayers
to suit time & place
PWP3.2 Christian
meditation
ICC3.2 Promoting
Christian hospitality &
social courtesy
EFG1.4 Creating a
culture that reflects the
life of Jesus
PWP2.1 Gestures used
in prayer celebrations
PWP2.3 Using scriptural
texts in prayer &
worship
SJA1.5 Promoting the
activities of Catholic
justice & peace agencies

Mandated Sacred Texts-
The life and teachings of Jesus- Luke 4:16-21
Moral living- Matthew 5:3-11, Luke 6:20-26
Images of God in the Old Testament- Isaiah 49:15-16
God's relationships with the Jewish people- Genesis 28:10-22
Prayers of thanksgiving and praise- Psalm 28;1, 6-9
Jesus the Messiah- Matthew 1:18-2:12
Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units
Year Four
Beliefs Christian Life Church Sacred Texts
Religious Identity and Culture Evangelisation & Faith Formation Christian Prayer Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-
Prayers of Blessing, Prayers of Petition and Intercession, Litanies, Meditative Prayer Practices, including praying
with the help of colour and mandalas.
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5
Religion Curriculum
Prayer and
Sacraments
CHLS5 Sacraments
of Healing and
Forgiveness
CLPS10 Prayers of
petition &
intercession
CLPS11 Prayer
nurtures the lives of
believers
CLPS12 Meditative
Prayer


Who is God in the Bible?
STOT7 Text types in the
Old Testament
STOT8 Bible referencing in
Old Testament
STNT9 Text types in New
Testament
STNT10 Language features
in stories
STNT11 Bible referencing
in New Testament
BETR6 Trinity


Mary Mackillop
CHCH3 First
Catholics
BEHE4 Experiences
of Community
CLMJ5 Christians
are caring
CLPS11 Prayer
nurtures the lives
of believers


Religion in
Palestine
BEWR5 First
Century Palestine
STNT10 Key
locations in the
bible
CLPS11 Prayer
nurtures the lives
of believers
CLPS12
Meditative
Prayer

Making Choices
STCW5 St Pauls
teachings
BEHE4 Experiences of
community
CHPG5 Church
community
CLMF7 Morality
CLMF8 Decalogue



Religious Life of the School
ICC2.2 Developing a
culture committed to
reconciliation
EFG2.1 Developing a
culture of forgiveness
and reconciliation
PWP1.2 Identifying
appropriate prayers to
suit time & place
PWP2.1 Gestures used
in prayer celebrations
PWP3.2 Christian
meditation
PWP2.3 Using
scriptural texts in
prayer & worship

PWP2.3 Using
scriptural texts in
prayer & worship

ICE1.3 Using symbols
of Mary MacKillop
SJA3.2
Grandparents Day
SJS2.1 Justice focus
in class prayer
EFG2.1 Christian
culture of
forgiveness
EFG3.4 Writings of
Mary MacKillop

PWP3.2 Christian
meditation
PWP2.1 Gestures
used in prayer
celebrations
PWP2.3 Using
scriptural texts in
prayer & worship

EFG2.1 Developing a
culture of forgiveness
and reconciliation
ICC2.6 Nurture
connections with the
Wider church
community
SJA1.5 Promoting the
activities of Catholic
justice & peace
agencies

Mandated Sacred Texts-
Trinity- Matthew 3:13-17, Mark 1:9, Luke 3:21-23
Jewish community in the time of Jesus- Luke 10:25-37
Jesus' healing ministry- Mark 10:46-52, Luke 18:35-43
Church community- Acts 2:42-47, Acts 4:32-37
Prayers of blessing, petition and intercession- Psalm 148
Living in loving relationship with God, others and all of creation- Exodus 20:1-17, Deuteronomy 5:1-21
Old Testament text types- Genesis 1:1 - 2:4a
Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units
Year Five
Beliefs Christian Life Church Sacred Texts
Religious Identity and Culture Evangelisation & Faith Formation Christian Prayer Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-
Marian Prayers including Hail Mary, Litany of Mary of Nazareth and Rosary. Meditative Prayer Practices,
including praying with Rosary Beads.
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5
Religion Curriculum
Pioneering
Catholics
Preservers Of The
Faith
CHCH4 Pioneering
Catholics
STCW6 Wisdom of
Saints Mary
MacKillop
BEHE5 Community
of Believers


The Action Of The
Holy Spirit in the
Lives of The
Believers
BETR7 The Holy
Spirit
CHLS7 Gifts and
Fruits of the Spirit
STNT13 Using
Biblical tools
CLMF9 Gifts and
Fruits informing
our conscience

Unlocking the Texts
STOT9 Psalms
STNT12 Comparing
and contrasting the
Beatitudes
STNT13 Using
Biblical tools


Who is Mary?
STNT13 Using Biblical
tools
STNT12 Comparing
and contrasting
infancy narratives
BEWR6 Connecting
Mary to her Jewish
tradition
CHPG6 Titles and
images of Mary
CLPS14 Marian prayer
CLPS15 Praying the
Rosary

What is a
Covenant?
CLMF9 Formation
of conscience
CLMJ6 Golden Rule
CLPS15 Prayer
rituals and routines
BEHE5 Community
of Believers
STNT12 Beatitudes


Religious Life of the School
ICE1.3 Using symbols
of Mary MacKillop
SJA3.2 Grandparents
Day
SJS2.1 Justice focus
in class prayer
EFG2.1 Christian
culture of
forgiveness
EFG3.4 Writings of
Mary MacKillop
EFF3.3 Utilising
resources that
nurture an
appreciation of
Spiritual charisms
ICC3.1 Promoting
Christian
hospitality &
welcome
ICS2.4
Incorporating
student art into
communal spaces
EFG3.3
Introducing
Christian joy &
hope into
celebrations
SJS3.5 School wide
programs focussing
on quality
relationships-
Buddies
SJA1.5 Promoting
activities of Catholic
justice & peace
agencies
PWP2.3 Using
scriptural texts in
prayer & worship
PWP3.1 Diverse
experiences of
prayer
PWP2.3 Using
scriptural texts in
prayer & worship
ICE3.6 Use of Mary
iconography,
sculpture & art
ICC2.6 Connecting
with the parish
community
through prayer &
liturgy
EFF3.1 Expressing
spiritual
awareness
through the Arts
EFG2.1 Developing a
culture of forgiveness
and reconciliation
SJA1.5 Promoting
activities of Catholic
justice & peace
agencies
PWP2.1 Gestures used
in prayer celebrations
PWP3.3 Using symbols
in prayer experiences
EFG1.4 Create a
cultures which reflects
the life of Jesus Christ
(outreach &
forgiveness)
Mandated Sacred Texts-
The action of the Holy Spirit in the lives of the believers- Acts 2:1-15, Galatians 5:22-23, 1 Corinthians 2:9-13
Significance of personal and communal prayer and worship- Luke 1:46-56, Deuteronomy 6:4-9, 11:13-21, Numbers
15:37-41
Mary's role as mother of Jesus and mother of the Church- Luke 1:39-45
Christian charity (love)- John 15:9-17
Formation of Conscience- Leviticus 19:1-3, 9-18, Luke 6:20-36, Matthew 5:1-12
Gospel writers shaped their Gospels for particular communities- Infancy narratives in the Gospels of Matthew and
Luke, Luke 1:26-38, Matthew 1:18-25, Luke 2:1-14, Luke 2:15-20, Matthew 2:1-12, Matthew 2:13-15
Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units
Seniors
Beliefs Christian Life Church Sacred Texts
Religious Identity and Culture Evangelisation & Faith Formation Christian Prayer Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-
Lords Prayer, Meditative Prayer, including The Examen; Meditative Prayer Practices, including prayer journaling.
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 5 Unit 4
Religion Curriculum
Mary
MacKillop
STCW8
Writings of
Religious
Orders
CLMF11 Moral
Choice
CLMJ8
Concern for
the Common
Good
CLPS19 Prayer
& Spirituality

The Catholic Church in
the Land Down Under
STCW7 Works of mercy
and Catholic social
teaching
BEHE6 Believers live their
faith
CHCH5 Key Catholic
Christian people and
groups shape Australian
society
CLMJ7 Changes in the
Catholic Church
CLPS17 Prayer and
Spirituality
Just Leadership
STOT10 Messages of the
Prophets
STOT11 Writings of old
testament prophets
BEHE6 Believers live their
faith in a just world
CLMJ7 Just leadership,
Catholic social teaching and
Jesus "New Law"
CLMF10 New
commandment & corporal
works of mercy
CLPS17 Prayer and
spirituality
Graduating With Spirit
STNT14 The Holy Spirit
guided the writers of
scripture.
STNT15 Images and
titles of Jesus
BETR8 Jesus
relationship to God
and humanity
CHLS8 The Mass &
Eucharist
CHLS9 The Churchs
Liturgical Year
CLPS17 Prayer and
Spirituality

The Power of
Words
STNT16 Three
Worlds of the
Text
BETR9 The Creeds
and the Trinity
CLPS19 Prayer &
Spirituality


Religious Life of the School
ICE1.3 Using
symbols of Mary
MacKillop
SJA3.2
Grandparents
Day
SJS2.1 Justice
focus in class
prayer
EFG2.1 Christian
culture of
forgiveness
EFG3.4 Writings
of Mary MacKillop

ICC2.2 Developing a
culture committed
to reconciliation &
quality relationships
SJS2.1 Promoting a
justice focus in
prayer (Caritas)
SJA1.5 Promoting
the resources of
Catholic justice &
peace agencies
SJA3.3 Encouraging
student-initiated
justice projects
ICC1.6 Infusing the gospel into
leadership programs
EFG2.1 Developing a culture of
forgiveness and reconciliation
EFW2.3 Witnessing the school
values at external events
EFF1.2 Providing faith
formation for student leaders
SJA1.5 Promoting the
resources of Catholic justice &
peace agencies
SJA3.3 Encouraging student-
initiated justice projects
PWP2.3 Using scripture in
prayer & worship
ICC2.4 Recognising &
celebrating everyday
moments
EFW2.3 Witnessing
the school values at
external events
EFG1.2 Planning for
prayer and worship
that is Christ centred
& linked to Liturgical
Year
PWP2.5 Creating
prayers to use in
celebrations

EFG3.1 Identifying
& using scriptural
texts to support
Christian values of
the school
PWP1.1 The
words of
traditional
prayers
PWP2.3 Using
scripture in
prayer & worship

Mandated Sacred Texts-
Images and titles for Jesus- John 1:35-51, Matthew 16:16-17, Acts 17:2-3, Acts 1:29-33, 36
Old Testament Prophets: Key messages and contexts- 1 Samuel 3:1-4:1a
Eucharist- I Corinthians 11:23-26 Communion of Saints- Ephesians 1:1, Ephesians 2:19, Ephesians 3:1-21
Spiritual and corporal works of mercy- Matthew 25:31-46 Jesus' new law- Matthew 5:17
Living Faith- Matthew 9:18-26, Mark 5:21-43, Luke 8:40-49 The Our Father- Matthew 6:5-15, Luke 11:1-13
Significance of celebrations in the lives of believers- Leviticus 23:1-44