Religious Education | Scots College
Scots College Senior School

Religious Education

Religious Education is an integral part of the special character of the College and the learning experiences of our students. As a Presbyterian College we are committed to providing a curriculum which is grounded in Christian faith and teaching. During their years at Scots students examine Christian faith and life, as well as gaining an understanding of other world views.

All Senior School students attend Religious Education (RE) classes in Year 11, and it is optional as an NCEA subject in Years 12. IB Diploma students end RE in Year 11. The programme is delivered by a team of three teachers who work across all year groups.

The spiritual dimension to life at Scots College is the responsibility of our Chaplain, David Jackson. He oversees Chapel worship and Religious Education. 

David Jackson, Chaplain

Contact the College Chaplain:
David Jackson
phone +64 4388 808 50 Ext. 619

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Scots College
1 Monorgan Road
Strathmore Park
Wellington 6022
New Zealand
Scots College
PO Box 15064
Wellington 6243
New Zealand