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Chaplaincy Team

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Meet our Chaplaincy Team

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A very warm welcome to our new Chaplains of Sacred Heart School. 

 

To become a member of the Chaplaincy Team, we had to apply for the job by completing an apllication form stating why we were suitable for a position on the Team.

 

On the 2nd of October 2017, we were then interviewed by Mrs Fusi, Mrs Celano and

Mrs Walsh.

 

We have been busy getting to know what is required of us as a Chaplaincy Team.

 

At All Saints' Mass, the 1st of November 2017, we were commissioned by Fr. John and given our Chaplaincy Badges.

 

 

Our Chaplaincy Retreat Day - Niland Conference Centre

Thursday 22.3.18

 

"When we went to the retreat I enjoyed listening to the Story of the Blind Man, when we did the singing and sign language.  It was also enjoyable when we were working together in all different schools."   Sinead

 

"I liked how we could hear other chaplaincy teams' ideas and share our own.  I also liked the end reflection when we remembered the saints and inspirational people such as St. Catherine of Sienna and Oscar Romero.  I enjoyed the tour with Sister Karen as she told us her role models and what they had achieved."   Charlotte

 

"At the retreat I enjoyed the time when we felt creation whilst being blindfolded.  I also enjoyed learning the song and sign language that St. Mary's set up."   Francis

 

 

FAIRTRADE:

 

On Wednesday, we had a guest speaker from CAFOD, Elizabeth Kavanagh,  who spoke to us about FAIRTRADE.

We learnt about Pablo the super-banana and what money was given to the farmers for their work.

On Friday lunchtimes, our Chaplaincy team have been taking it in turns to lead a Lentern activities and reflections group with KS1 children in the lead up to Easter.

 

Week 1: The First Disciples

 

Week 2: The Calling of Levi
Week 3: Counting the Cost
Week 4:  The Rich Young Ruler
Week 5: Zacchaeus

Our Lent Board

Our Lent Board 1

The Cardinal Hume Centre

 

The Chaplaincy Team and Key  Stage Two organised a talent show to raise money for The Cardinal Hume Centre.  Children paid to enter the competition, purchase voting cards and refreshments.  Everyone had a very entertaining afternoon whilst raising money for this very worthwhile cause.  An amazing total of £386 was raised! Stephen Currid, from The Cardinal Hume Centre,  visited Sacred Heart on Thursday 8th February to collect our donation.

 

 

 

Our Advent Board

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The Travelling Nativity

The Travelling Nativity 1
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