As a Catholic school, the Chaplaincy and chapel are at the heart of our school.
The Chaplaincy provides spiritual and pastoral care for all. We have a full time Chaplain and Priest in Residence, Fr Gerry Devlin, who is available to meet with students in time of need or for a friendly chat.
The Chaplaincy encourages students to help plan and celebrate school liturgies. Students are encouraged to develop leadership skills, foster social awareness, enhance their personal faith, volunteer for outreach programmes or work with local, national and international aid agencies.
Woldingham provides religious and spiritual development for students of all faiths and none. Girls are given time and space for personal reflection. They have opportunities to gather together for group and private prayer. As a community the school comes together to celebrate the Eucharist and assemblies are used to raise issues of importance so that students can place their own lives in the context of the wider society in which they live and work.