Chaplaincy is an integral part of our school community and we are fortunate to have 3 Chaplains working with the staff and students.
The chaplains have 3 areas of responsibility:
Celebrating the Eucharist is an important and regular part of our school life. The practice across most of the Christian church is that a person ought to be baptised before receiving the sacrament. In the Anglican tradition, young people who are baptised and have an understanding of the Eucharist are formally ‘Admitted to Communion’.
The school offers the opportunity for Baptism and Admission to Communion to students in their early primary years, and again in year seven. For enquiries please contact any of the Chaplains.