Be an example for the believers in your love, speech, faith, conduct and purity.’

(Timothy 4:12)

  Our children have the opportunity to serve the school as part of the Pupil Chaplaincy Team.  Anyone can apply by completing an application form.

The team play a vital role in the Spiritual life of the school and are supported by Mrs Read, Mrs Law and Mrs Pomeroy.

 The role of our Pupil Chaplains includes:

  • To help the school to be a community of faith.
  • To help promote our Values.
  • To encourage the pupils to live their faith in daily living.
  • To develop good relationships within and beyond the school community.
  • To support liturgy, prayer and the spiritual life of the school.
  • To continue to develop strong links with the Parish and community.
  • To support the school in its Mission Statement.

In order to fulfil these roles; our Pupil Chaplains will:

  • Help to prepare Acts of Worship and masses, including selecting readings.
  • Help to lead Acts of Worship.
  • Suggest ideas for RE resources.
  • Promote Bible stories.
  • Contribute to the newsletter and school website.

​​​​​The following are our five top tips to help us be successful Pupil Chaplains:

  1. Listen to each other’s ideas.
  2. Communicate with all the team members, school and parish.
  3. Encourage everyone when making decisions, to share their ideas and to try their best.
  4. Include everyone when making decisions.
  5. Lead by example, love everyone especially people you don’t get on with.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​If you have any ideas that you wish to share with us then please let us know, we are here to listen and help!

Messy Church

Both parents/carers and pre-school children enjoyed our Messy Church session.  We had some incredible feedback from parents after the event.  Thank you to our Pupil Chaplains who organised the arts and crafts, read the Nativity story and wrote prayers to close our morning session.

KS2 Assembly with Guest Speaker Joanna Waller (Youth Vincentians Development Officer for Southwark Diocese).

KS2 enjoyed an assembly all about the work of Mini Vinnies led by our visiting speaker Joanna Waller (Youth Vincentians Development Officer for Southwark Diocese). We learnt how Mini Vinnies turn concern into action using the moto ‘see – think – do’. After the assembly, Joanna spent time with our new team of Mini Vinnies and the children shared ways they have already helped people in need and their plans for the rest of this year.