At the start of August we completed a content update for both the Primary and Secondary resources. Some things could potentially be displaying incorrectly on your devices. To be able to see these new changes, you will need to clear your cache. To do this, select your browser menu dropdown and locate “History”, and select clear history. From the clear history options, you can select and deselect what you wish. After this, you will need to refresh your page and sign in. We recommend selecting “Cookies” and “Cache” then Clear Now. The updates included are listed below.
This verse comes from 2 Corinthians 5:7. In this case, to ‘walk’ means to ‘live’. In other translations, the verse reads ‘Live by faith.’ So what does it mean to live, or to walk by faith, not by sight?
Statistics show that $736 MILLION of workers’ compensation paid was related to mental health conditions in 2018-19, 120,355 serious workers’ compensation claims were made in 2019-2022, and as of last month, 115 Australian deaths were work-related deaths this year alone. October is National Safe Work Month – a time to commit to building a safe and healthy workplace.
At the start of the year, we sent out a survey to our subscribers about our resource. We’ve received all the results and have been going through the feedback, to draw out the most common responses, and to gain some insight where we can continue to improve our product. Here is some feedback developed from the results, from our manager, Jacob.
Understanding Faith is an educational ministry of St Agnes’ Parish, Port Macquarie, under the leadership of Parish Priest, Father Paul Gooley.
We are very proud of our unique multimedia resource, which links student content, Church teachings and Scripture, to interactive activities, video excerpts, radio broadcasts, music, newspaper articles, slideshows, and the internet – as well as pedagogically sound and contemporary teaching and learning activities.
A recent addition to the secondary curriculum is the Studies in Catholic Thought syllabus.
The Understanding Faith resource has titles for both primary and secondary education.
At the end of term 2, we usually receive our child’s first yearly report and meeting up with his/her teachers for a quick update on how it’s all going.
Is this a time in your child’s education that you look forward to? Or is a time you dread? Do you think you know what to expect? Has it snuck up on you without warning?
Because these units are so large, the team at Understanding Faith has added a quick reference contents page that links you straight to the content.
Look for these under: ‘Part 1: Overview’ of each Studies of Religion unit.