Chaplaincy needs may be served by a variety of persons. School chaplaincies may mean individual secular or regular priests or collaborative teams consisting of a number of consecrated persons, priests and laity, co-ordinated by individual lay or consecrated persons who may be either male or female. Prior to appointment, schools should draw up a school specific job description that sets out the duties of the post.
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Appointment of Secondary School Chaplains
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In preparation for Children’s Mental Health Week (5–11 February), St Anthony’s School for Girls participated in a series of ‘healthy practice activities for bodies and minds’ as part of its annual Health and Wellbeing Week. This year’...
- St Thomas More School hosts ‘Speak Out’ Challenge
On Tuesday 23 January, St Thomas More Catholic School in Wood Green hosted the Haringey Regional finals of Jack Petchey’s ‘Speak Out’ Challenge 2017-18. The challenge, which is run by Speakers Trust and funded by the Jack Petchey Foundation ...
- A Suffragette at St Augustine's Priory
Marking the centenary of the passing of the Representation of the People Act granting some women the right to vote in 1918, we remember the suffragette at St Augustine's, Ealing. Mother Mary Francis, a strong, intelligent woman, was a member of...
- Celebrating St Edmund’s Douai Foundation
The oldest Catholic school in the country started its 450th anniversary celebrations with a Mass at Westminster Cathedral on 12 January. St Edmund’s College, based at Ware in Hertfordshire, was founded originally in Douai, France, by Cardinal Wi...
- Calling Catholic Teachers
The Diocese of Westminster Education Service is hosting an evening to engage with Catholic teachers and leaders currently working outside of Catholic education. We will also provide an opportunity to register for a mentoring programme...
- Caritas Ambassadors at Our Lady's High School
In September Our Lady’s Catholic High School in Hackney formally teamed up with Caritas Westminster to help promote and develop their new Ambassadors Scheme. Caritas launched the project in September 2017 and with the support of Our Lady’s is ...