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From the Chaplain

Welcome to The Chaplains Corner!

 Rev Dominic Hubbuck

My role at the Federation involves supporting the spiritual input, faith development and the pastoral care of everyone in the school community.

My background before being ordained was working with children, young people and families. It has often included play, creating safe spaces for families and supporting people to explore faith as they do life.’

September 2022

  • Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    Published 10/09/22

    In this past week it feels like the world has changed. 

    We are surprised by the reaction of so many, we are saddened by the death of the Queen. 

    As a school we are thinking about belonging this term. As we explore what it is to belong to our school and community, we will think about belonging to our Federation of schools and to the nation. 

    As a country we will gather to give thanks for the life of Queen Elizabeth II, we will pray for her family and the new King and we will consider the future. 

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  • Prayer for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II​​​​​​​

    Published 08/09/22

    It is with great sadness and much significance that we hear the news that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has died.

    We pray for her, we give thanks for life and her service. May she rest in peace and rise in glory.

    We pray for her family and for the nation as we prepare for her funeral in 10 days time.

    We also pray for Charles and Camilla. God save the King and the Queen Consort.

    From Monday and until the funeral, there will be space in each campus to pray and offer messages of condolence.

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  • Belonging

    Published 06/09/22

    This term we are looking at Belonging. 

    We belong to so many things. Groups, families, clubs, and this school community. 

    This week I have been asking our students what barriers they feel they have to being happy or happier. We could ask the same about what stops us feeling like we belong. 

    Let’s take a moment to consider that we all belong to God. We are God’s loved children, valued for who we are - regardless of how the world looks at us. 

    As we pray this week, let’s pray for those who feel lost, isolated or left out. Let’s pray for those who worry about the obstacles they see ahead of them. Let’s give thanks for belonging. Amen. 

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September 2022