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The role of a School Chaplain

  • The School Chaplain is a safe person for young people to connect with at school, providing a listening ear, caring presence, and message of hope.
  • Chaplains care for students struggling with relationships, peer pressure and self-esteem issues, family breakdown, bullying, etc.
  • Chaplains run positive, fun activities for young people, both in and out of school, and foster a supportive, caring school community.
  • Chaplains provide support for students, staff and families from the wider school community.
  • Chaplains foster partnerships between the school, local churches, businesses and community organizations, to provide a network of local support and assistance.
  • Chaplains are available to attend school camps.
  • Chaplains provide spiritual direction to the school community.
  • Chaplains work alongside and in conjunction with the existing and growing support team within the school.
  • Chaplains encourage a volunteering mindset, engaging students in activities within the community.

When are the Chaplains available?

 They are available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

To find out more information about the School Chaplain and the current programs implemented in our school, download the chaplaincy brochure (PDF, 20 KB).