Chaplaincy is an integral part of our school community and we are fortunate to have a team of chaplains, interns, chapel captains (in primary) and chapel prefects (in secondary) ministering to us.
Our chaplains are a visible Christian presence in the school community.
Baptism signifies membership in the Christian faith and (in the Anglican tradition) is available to individuals of any age.
It is a significant commitment and requires preparation to make sure that those who are presenting for Baptism understand what it is they are promising to do and who they intend to follow. We offer Baptism annually – generally in the second half of the year.
Gathering to celebrate Holy Communion (also called the Eucharist) is also an important aspect of the Anglican approach to the Christian faith.
We ask that children and young people undertake some preparation before they are admitted to Communion. This often takes place at they same time as they prepare for Baptism and in that instance they are baptised and admitted at the same service of worship. We offer admission to communion at the same time as our Baptism preparation.
For more information about Baptism and Admission to Communion please contact our Chaplaincy team on [email protected]