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Every child at Holy Family is a Chaplain! All children, no matter what the age, play a vital role in sharing and promoting our school virtues, as well as the Gospel virtues, within the school community and out into the wider community.  In addition, Holy Family has a dedicated team of Chaplaincy Leads from Year 1 to Year 6 who play a vital role in coordinating activities that encompass the Catholic faith, whilst focusing on our school virtues of Love, Respect, Kindness, Friendship, Forgiveness, Honesty and Compassion.

Our Chaplaincy Leads have been commissioned by Bishop Declan to carry out this important role and they proudly wear their special badges to carry out their duties throughout the school.  The Chaplaincy Leads regularly meet to review their action plan. Within these meetings, they have the opportunity to plan events, update the weekly blog and make decisions about fund raising. 

All of our Leads have signed their Chaplaincy Promise which is displayed in all classes, reminding everyone of their important role in school.   

If you have any wonderful ideas that you would like to share with the Chaplaincy Lead Team, please tell Mrs Hatherall or Mrs Kordula.

 Welcome to our Chaplaincy Lead Team



 Why do we want to be Chaplaincy Leads?


Chaplaincy - After School Club

More information to follow


Chaplaincy Work 2022-23

 Chaplaincy Autumn News

Chaplaincy Spring News

 Collaborative WorkingSt Josephs and Holy Family Chaplaincy Leads

On 24th March, St Joseph’s Chaplaincy pupils were invited to join the Reconciliation service which was led by Holy Family Chaplaincy Leads.  Following this, both Chaplaincy Lead Teams prayed together carrying out a Stations of the Cross walk around the school hall and the Sanctuary garden.


 Chaplaincy Archive 2021-22



Activities to take part in at home

News Share the Light December 2021


 Chaplaincy Weekly Blog 2022-23


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 Chaplaincy Blog Archive 2021-22