CEP's secondary school resources are units of work designed to fit into your Christian Studies program. The products below all have online samples and syllabuses for you to download and evaluate.
Important Note: High School SRE/RI ministry curriculum is approved by denominations and organisations overseeing schools ministry in each region. It is important that SRE/RI teachers only use curriculum that has been approved in their region. Please check before purchasing. The approved High School SRE curriculum within the Sydney Anglican Diocese is Think Faith.
A digital teaching resource for nurturing, equipping and guiding secondary students in their understanding of the Christian faith. Issued under a subscription licence on a calendar-year basis. Click on the image to the left for more info. For years 7–10.
Most people agree that the teachings of Jesus on the Sermon on the Mount are attractive and point to a way of life that is kind, caring and good. Another Dimension opens up the Sermon on the Mount in a way that engages with students’ own questions, longing and relationships. For years 7–9.
Our culture today has been shaped by the events and people of the past. And there are many reasons why learning about them can have a positive impact on how we live today. Life in the Past Lane looks at the spread, conflicts and individuals of the Church throughout the ages. From monks and nuns, The Crusades and The Reformation through to heroes of faith, The Salvation Army and more, all are covered in this fascinating curriculum. For years 9–11.
This student handbook unpacks and presents Jesus' powerful words and teaching in an attractive and contemporary way. For years 7–9.
Full-colour workbook, set out in a contemporary landscape format, full of ultra-modern 'grunge-style' design to present the material in an engaging and attractive way. Click on the image to the left to see the cover more clearly. For years 9–11.
Mistaken Identity? presents the real Jesus and highlights the difference he makes to life both now and in the future. Jesus is a dynamic and surprising person who cannot be ignored. For years 7–9.
This student handbook is designed to get students wrestling with Mark's Gospel and includes text related questions, historical backgrounds, interviews with contemporary Christians, and discussions on how to apply the learning to their lives. For years 7–9.
No Turning Back challenges students to examine for themselves the gospel that the Christians in Ephesus accepted. Here is an opportunity for an authentic, fulfilling life that when properly understood is too good to pass up. For years 9 –11.
The Psalms unpacks seven of these timeless songs of the Bible, comparing them with the stories and songs of people today. For years 8–10.
Presented over six lessons, this resource challenges students to examine for themselves the gospel that the Christians in Ephesus accepted. Here is an opportunity for an authentic, fulfilling life that when properly understood is too good to pass up. For years 9 –11.
The Psalms student handbook helps students to understand that we can talk to God and that he knows exactly what we’re feeling. For years 8–10.
The Good, the Bad and the Ethical takes seriously the complexities of the modern world and the questions students have, applying Biblical principles to a contemporary context. For years 9–11.