• Maintain an inclusive school curriculum that does not require any student to withdraw from class on account of different religious beliefs.
  • Formally cease the practice of volunteer-run special religious instruction (SRI) during school hours.
  • Follow an objective, fair and balanced comparative syllabus for education about religions and beliefs.
  • Treat all religious organisations who wish to use the school facilities outside of the school day with transparent and equitable policies.

FIRIS is a parent-driven grassroots effort.  More, you say?


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Fairness In Religions In School

ACCESS Ministries is fighting hard to keep their class materials away from the eyes of parents and school communities.If they really believe that what they teach in classrooms would be embraced by parents - then why don't they let the parents make an informed choice?Why don't they let parents see their class materials?Not simply a two page summary, but the whole thing?Why don't they throw open their books proudly and stand behind what they teach?Show us!If ACCESS has nothing to hide - why are they being so secretive? ... See MoreSee Less

21 hours ago

Harry GordonBecause they are primarily a money making venture and they see this as their proprietary key to income. Making disciples is how they seek to guarantee long term income stream. It's always about money and power.19 hours ago

Harry GordonSilly me. Responding to the rhetorical question with the obvious answer. Of course everyone realises this.19 hours ago

Adam GreenDoesn't MD141 require course materials to be made available for parents to read? A two page summary does not meet that requirement. On that basis no principal should allow SRI in thier school as it is impossible to comply with MD14112 hours ago

Harry GordonAlthough you could say the Goso billboards show this not to be a universal truth. I have seen a few of these. There is a clergyman with some fine values.18 hours ago

Fairness In Religions In School

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Fairness In Religions In SchoolGreat replies - thanks to everyone.22 hours ago

Christine Worthington:)22 hours ago

Tom RottllerDone1 day ago

Vincent BeeroadDone =)1 day ago