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
- Sir Michael Wilshaw Appointed to St Mary's University
Sir Michael Wilshaw, former Head of Ofsted, will shortly take up a role as Professor of Education and Director of Multi-Academy Trusts at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, where he hopes to develop world-class leaders in the education system, ab...
- 'Be Courageous and Holy'
‘Be courageous. Don’t just exist; live.’ Bishop John Wilson told students at the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School on a recent visit to celebrate Mass. In his homily Bishop John encouraged students to follow the example of the saints, part...
- Feast Day celebrations at St Augustine’s Priory
Friday 10 From a morning filled with games and competitions, the whole school comprising girls aged from 4 – 18, gathered together at Ealing Abbey and celebrated a joyous Mass with the theme of ‘Memory’ at its core, remembering all those wh...
- St Thomas More Pupil Wins Regional Finals of 'Speak Out' Challenge
On Tuesday 31st January, pupils from St Thomas More Catholic School competed in the Haringey Regional Finals of Jack Petchey’s ‘Speak Out’ Challenge, with Lin Ly, Year 10, scooping top prize! Lin Ly impressed the judges with her winning spee...
- Top Class Performance of 'Annie' at St Thomas More School
Last week, St Thomas More Catholic School pupils took to the stage to perform this year’s ‘sell out’ production of Annie. Pupils from across the year groups took on the challenging roles and performed five shows to staff, pupils, local prima...
- St Martha’s 70th Anniversary Founder’s Day Mass
2017 is a very significant year for St Martha’s School. Although the school was founded by the Sisters of St Martha in 1903, the senior school moved to its current location in Hadley Wood in 1947 and so this year marks the school’s 70 Event...