St Francis Xavier

Catholic Primary School

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Chaplaincy Team

Healing Heart Prayer Station

The Chaplaincy Team supported the children and staff to use their healing heart prayer station to pray for and rememember their loved ones. 

Messy Church Helpers

Our Chaplaincy team were really helpful supporting Miss Langston in leading Messy Church. They especially supported the younger children with the different activities, explaining the purpose of the different activities.

Our Prayer Room

Our Chaplaincy Team were excited to discuss their ideas for our new prayer room. They decided to create a new sign for the door using a stained glass window design.

Our team were eager to discuss ideas for our weekly prayer stations and are looking forward to creating their first station this week.

Chaplaincy Team's virtual Meeting

Our Chaplaincy Team enjoyed virtually meeting other Chaplaincy teams across the Catholic schools in Doncaster. They discussed the missions they have already completed this year and what they are hoping to achieve next. They look forward to working together for their first joint Advent project. 

Pupil Voice Questionnaire

Our team were interested to see how the children in each year group viewed our current in class and whole school prayer and liturgy and RE lessons to see if they could make any changes to make a difference. They wrote their own questions and then split up to ask the different year groups for opinions and ideas. They are reporting these findings back to staff in the upcoming weeks. 

Our Hopes for our Team

For our Chaplaincy team's first meeting together. We discussed what it means to each of us to be a part of the team. We then decided upon our main aims for our team and how we are going to achieve excellence in God's love as a group. 

Our Chaplaincy Team

Our KS2 children were awarded their special gold cross badges in assembly, after being nominated by their teachers to be our Chaplaincy team. Mr Hoyes and Miss Hodby are looking forward to their first meeting next week to see how they will help lead others to continue a wonderful Catholic ethos for our school and community.