Hi we are the school chaplaincy team. It is our responsibility to plan and deliver creative assemblies and acts of worship across the school. It is our hope that our liturgies, inspired by Scripture, will inspire you to act and behave as God wants us to.
As well as creating our own liturgies we are also tasked with helping children in KS2 and KS1 with theirs; we support with ideas and helping children use the correct planning sheets.
If there is anything you would like to know about our team or how we fulfil our duties as school chaplains please come and ask us.
Today our chaplaincy team led us in our word of the week assembly based on youth. They talked about how young people today play a vital role in the life of the church.
Thanks to our Chaplaincy Team who led our whole school Remembrance Day Liturgy. We thought about those who lost their lives in war. We prayed for peace in countries where there is conflict. We paused for two minutes & placed poppy wreaths at our focus. @PoppyLegion
Well done to our chaplaincy team who led us in our word of the week assembly linked to change. They talked about how young people can change the world for the better by working to make a difference, they also linked it to many saints who have made a difference.
Today our newly appointed chaplaincy team led us in our liturgical prayer linked to respect. Respect is a key ingredient to building strong relationships and is essential for creating a peaceful world. We also linked it to our school mission statement and the values within it.
On Friday we joined the parishioners in church to celebrate mass for the Feast of St Edward. Well done to our newly appointed chaplaincy team for leading us in prayer.
We lived out our mission today of supporting our parish community. We had a non-uniform day in return for a bottle for our parish Summer Fayre. At break time our Chaplaincy Team led our Fairtrade tuck shop, we enjoyed a chocolate treat with all profits going to the parish group.
This afternoon the chaplaincy team went over to church to support with a community parish event. The children enjoyed serving sandwiches, cakes, biscuits as well as serving tea and coffee and loved meeting new people. They even sung happy birthday to one of the parish members.
Well done to the chaplaincy team who supported with the fair trade tuck shop, helping to raise £58 for CAFOD.
Our Chaplaincy Team helped us celebrate the feast of Ascension. As Missionary Disciples, we go out to spread the good news just like he instructed His own disciples to do. They used the words of St Theresa of Avila that we are now the hands, feet & voice of Jesus in the world.
Thank you to Fr Philip, Deacon Anthony and our Chaplaincy Team who led us in our Easter Mass this morning. You reminded us that through Jesus’ resurrection, we have new life and new hope. We all thought about our hopes for the world during this Easter season.
Our Chaplaincy Team who led Year 4, 5 & 6 in our Lenten Reconciliation Service. It was a lovely opportunity to reflect on the times we haven’t joined Jesus on His journey & what we will do differently next time. Thank you to Fr Joe, Fr Philip and Fr Marcus too. @BishopPMcKinney
Well done to Chaplaincy and some year 6 children who led Ash Wednesday Mass in church this morning #Lent40
Thank you to our Chaplaincy Team who led us in our Epiphany Mass today. The wise men were brave & trusted the star to guide them on their journey to meet Jesus. We too mustn’t be afraid to answer God’s call & see the difference Jesus can make to our lives. @BishopPMcKinney
Today our Chaplaincy Team led us in our Advent Reconciliation Service. Just as the wise men were guided by a star to meet baby Jesus, we wrote our mistakes on stars and promised to be a light & a guide to others during this time of preparation.@BishopPMcKinney @OLoLChaplaincy
Thank you to @OLoLChaplaincy for our Advent banner, it looks lovely in our entrance area.