Student Programs

Our programs provide students with the skills and confidence to interact with people from different backgrounds and build positive, respectful relationships with others.

Interactive One-hour Curriculum Linked Presentations

Out of the Box anti-prejudice workshop

Facilitators from diverse cultures and faiths challenge students to examine their assumptions about Australian identity and stereotypes, followed by a student-led Q&A. Years 6-10.

Out of box program photo


Focuses on the symbols, origins and significance of
cultural and/or religious celebrations and explores how celebrations can help us include and connect with others. Years 3-4.

Migration stories

Drawing on personal stories of migration, students gain an understanding of diverse peoples’ migration experiences and cultural practices. Years 5-6.

photo of migration stories

Studies of Religion

An opportunity for students to deepen their understanding of syllabus content and explore the lived experience of religious traditions with people from Abrahamic and other faiths. Presentation and in-depth Q&A for Years 11-12.

Photo of zoom call for studies of religion

Wellbeing Programs

Intensive and highly interactive small group programs, in which students explore personal identity and connect with people who are different from them. One hour per week over several weeks or full day sessions. Years 6-12. Programs support students to:

  • Build confidence
  • Develop empathy
  • Form positive and respectful relationships with others
  • Improve their resilience and wellbeing levels
  • Feel like they belong

Interschools Program

Brings students from different schools together
to explore similarities and differences in faith and
culture through experiential activities. Children come into contact with people they might never otherwise meet. Schools collaborate to co-host the program. Years 5-12.


CHAT (Cultural Hearing Asking Telling) (only offered in Queensland)

Developed by Scripture Union Australia, small group program designed to enhance empathy, encourage understanding, explore diversity, and develop students’ self-reflection and dialogue skills. Eight sessions can be delivered flexibly and can be co-facilitated with school chaplains. Visit for more information.