Pupil chaplain prayer
God our Father,
We know that you are always with us.
We pray that you will help us to be true friends with one another and a good example of our faith to everybody in school.
Amelia, Etta, Kamiyah, Khairah, Georgia and Godswill are our pupil chaplains. They are a newly formed group this year and are all Year 5 children who volunteered for this role. Their role, as pupil chaplains, is to support the catholic life of our school. All of these children are proud to be part of the chaplaincy team; and are easily spotted by their purple sweatshirt or cardigan.
My name is Khairah, I chose to be a Pupil Chaplain because I wanted to get closer and connect more to God.
I like helping people and reading at Mass.
What makes this role even better is that my friends have undertaken the role too. I like being a Pupil Chaplain because it is fun.
My name is Georgia, I wanted to be a Pupil Chaplain so I can get closer to God and Jesus in my faith.
I like seeing other people enjoy praying because it makes me feel that God is in my heart.
My name is Etta, I wanted to be a Pupil Chaplain because I wanted to get closer to God and learn more about Godly values.
I enjoy reading at Mass and helping everybody know more about Jesus.
My name is Godswill, I wanted to be a Pupil Chaplain to get closer to God and learn more about my faith. I wanted to help Father Paul and Father Festus.
It is fun reading collective worship and being an altar server.
I enjoy meeting with Mrs. Sellers and Thursday mornings before School.
My name is Kamiyah, I wanted to be a Pupil Chaplain so I can get closer to God.
It is an important role because we help set up Mass and read morning prayers before School begins.
I enjoy it when we have a whole School Mass in Church.
My name is Amelia, I wanted to be a pupil chaplain because I wanted to be a good example to other.
I wanted to find out more about Godly values.
I enjoy preparing morning prayers during Advent, Lent, May and October for parents Children and Staff