Our Junior Chaplaincy team meet regularly to discuss about the school and its religious ethos.
It is led by Mrs Bullen, who is one of our governors.
The Chaplaincy team take it in turns to prepare Rosary, which is held on a Tuesday lunchtime at 12.15pm
The Chaplaincy group also work with Mrs Bullen every other Friday at 1.15pm to plan activites in school
The new Chaplaincy team were introduced in September 2018. The team consists of volunteers from Year 5 and 6.
The team were asked a variety of questions to find out what the role consists of and why they volunteered for the role.
Set up for Rosary
Sing Hymns and say prayers
Help other children in Rosary so that they learn how to act and carry out the Rosary correctly
Help set up for Mass – prepare the bread and wine, find out how many children/adults are taking Communion, help prepare the altar, pack away after Mass
Why did the children volunteer:
I am Catholic and it is an important part of my life to say prayers, sing hymns and help other people
I feel closer to God if I am helping to make sure everyone feels part of Jesus’ life
It is peaceful carrying out Rosary and helping other children to learn about it
I get to learn and teach other children about how to say the ten Hail Mary’s