The Chaplaincy exists to assist members of school in their search for meaning and purpose in life. Whilst the Chaplaincy is Christian and based on the practice of the Church of England, the Chaplain aims to put all students in touch with their spirituality however expressed.
It is the policy of the Chaplaincy to provide pastoral and spiritual care for the whole school community. Personal reflection on attitudes and values are encouraged as a fundamental part of this policy. The Chaplaincy aims to nurture those who already have a Christian faith, and to commend and teach that faith so that others may give it serious consideration. It also seeks to value, recognise and support the needs of those pupils who because of their ethnic backgrounds are members of other faiths.
Evening services are held most Sundays for boarders and others who wish to attend; full details are shown in the calendar. During the week, there are Chapel Services most days with pupils attending on a House rota basis.
The Chaplain prepares pupils for Confirmation annually. Confirmation and all the other occasional offices of the church (weddings, funerals etc) are open to all members of the school community on request.