SRE Special religious education in NSW schools

Hinduism Classes in State Schools

 The Hindu Council of Australia is a registered provider of Hindu religious instruction as part of the Special Religious Education (SRE) classes in NSW State Secondary Schools.  Students from any religious and cultural background are welcome to attend with the permission of their parents.

 Our classes provides the opportunity for students to connect with their rich spiritual and cultural heritage in a way that is both deeply meaningful and relevant in modern Australian life. A major focus of Hindu SRE is to provide a supportive environment for students to experience the benefits of Hindu Meditation. Meditation has innumerable benefits for students, helping to promote increased well-being, better social skills and greater academic skills.

 Hinduism fosters the positive values of respect, tolerance, empathy, resilience and service to others and encourages a healthy, balanced and meaningful life in harmony with God, our community and the natural world.

Download Hindu SRE Classes Brochure

 For more information about lesson plans, parents and care givers are invited to contact us via email at:

 Our process of curriculum review is completed every five years.

The following links provide more information about our course:

Course Syllabus, Scope and Sequence

SRE Course Syllabus Hinduism, Gods and Festivals for years 1,2,3,4,5 and 6

SRE Course syllabus Hindu Meditation for years 7,8,9,10

The initial and ongoing training details

15 Teacher Authorisation Process

16 Teacher Audit Process

23 complaint form

23 Complaints Policies and Procedures

24 Teacher Basic Training

28 Social Media Policy and Procedures

29 Interactive Whiteboards and Digital Projectors

31 Teachers Manual

Review and action taken

2019 – Review and action taken




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