A Safe and Welcoming Place:
church and chaplaincy as a source of nurture for the full flourishing of school communities
A unique opportunity for governors, clergy and headteachers to explore the relationship between school and parish through:
- What do we mean by Spirituality?
- Expressing spirituality
Culture change and young people
- The changing world of children and young people
- The multi-faith context
Well-being and Mental Health
- The pastoral dimensions
- Valuing All God’s Children
Ways of working with schools,
- The range of possibilities
- Models of chaplaincy and their impact
Our day will include contributions from
Dr Ann Casson – Senior Research fellow at the National Institute for Christian Education Research at Canterbury Christ Church University
Becki Gascoyne — Chaplain at North Oxford Academy
The Revd Charlie Kerr— ODBE Chaplaincy Adviser
An essential gathering for anyone considering school chaplaincy or wishing to revitalise their relations with the local church.
Where: Aylesbury Canal Society
When: Tuesday 27th November 2018 10am – 2pm
To book please click the link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/odbe-a-safe-and-welcoming-place-tickets-48122830682
There is no charge for the gathering but please make sure that you book as we need to know numbers for materials and lunch etc.
Supported by The Bayne Benefaction