Our Chaplaincy team are elected just before Easter, each year, from Years 5 and 6. The children have to apply in writing, outlining why they would make a good chaplain and what they could bring to the role.
Our Chaplaincy team are responsible for ensuring Altars are set out correctly around the school, and assisting classes with liturgy preparation. The Chaplaincy team help to set up before Mass and ensure readings and any resources are prepared.
Our Chaplaincy Team - Year 2018-2019
Chaplaincy Team: 2018 - 2019 Our Chaplaincy Team achieved a great deal!
Been commissioned in a special Mass by Father Colin
Visited Mount St Bernard Abbey for our retreat day
Led regular whole school collective worship
Help other classes with their liturgy preparation
Organised 'Dance for Cafod' during Lent and raised over £200
Ran a lunchtime prayer club
Prepared and organised “Advent prayer packs” which every child in the school has taken home
Led small group prayer sessions during Advent and Lent
What do you like about being part of the Chaplaincy Team? Niamh (Head Chaplain) I want to help and inspire the rest of the school how to follow in Jesus' footsteps Nicole (Head Chaplain) I want to help the little children gain knowledge about Jesus and His love Ola (Head Chaplain) Martyna - I want to be a role model for the new children Kate - I want to spread the good news about God, in a fun way Sophia - I want to spread my faith and be a good role model to others Corey - I want to teacher everyone to follow the school motto Leicole - I want to help others and cheer them up Edward - I want to help encourage good behaviour in school Millie - Lalana - I want to help the younger children be closer to God Sophie - I want to be a good influence on the younger children Katherine - I want to help the little ones and help prepare for collective worship Carmen - I want to represent the school and help the little ones Martha - I want to be nice to everyone and help others to do the same Harry - I want to be a chaplain so that I could help everyone and remind them that God is always looking out for you