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Holy Trinity RC Primary School

Holy Trinity
Roman Catholic Primary School

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Pupil Chaplains

 

Welcome to Chaplaincy at Holy Trinity!

Congratulations to our newly appointed Chaplains in Year 5.  They will be supporting our Year 6 Chaplains.

Year 6 Chaplains collecting the food for the harvest which was donated to the local church food bank.

 

Please read below to find out about  all the various activities that happen at Holy Trinity which enrich our interactions and relationships with God and with each other. You will find lots of information about what we do, so please take a look!

The Pupil Chaplains took part in a Lenten Mass led by Fr. Gerard and enjoyed chatting with the church parishioners afterwards for a soup lunch.

 

Pupil Chaplains

Pupil Chaplaincy has is very important our school and we are now on our sixth team of Pupil Chaplains.  This year Holy Trinity has a dedicated and vibrant team of 10 Chaplains who have a vital role to play in enhancing the Religious Life of our school.  All pupils in Year 4 are invited to apply in writing to become a Pupil Chaplain. They undergo an interview process with Father Gerard Kelly, Mrs Lyle (Head teacher), Mrs Duckett (Chaplaincy Lead) . Once selected, Pupil Chaplains are commissioned at a special Mass.

Our Pupil Chaplains work hard to promote our Catholic faith in school but they are also a wonderful link between the school and our parish. The job of Pupil Chaplain has a very high profile in school and some of the tasks these pupils carry out include welcoming new pupils and staff to our school, leading Masses and Liturgical events, and leading fundraising initiatives.  Our Pupil Chaplains make a great contribution to the faith life of our school, as well as working in the parishes and wider community. They work and pray very hard!