The mutual support we give to each other as we sincerely try to be a living Catholic Christian Community.
The presence of faith in our College in our values, words, deeds, prayer and liturgical life.
How we work together for the Common Good
How our commitment to our College values can be seen in the difference we make to our local, national and global communities through our commitment to Catholic social justice and charitable works.
The welcome we give to our visitors and the care and love we give to one another
Our aim is to be a Church College where matters of faith, service, prayer and Christian values are at the heart of everything we do.
The aims and values of Chaplaincy are expressed in our motto, mission statement and values. The College Latin motto is ‘Christi Crux Est Mea Lux’ meaning ‘Christ crucified is my light’. We aim to help each other reflect on how Jesus’ death on a cross, and his resurrection sheds light on our lives. Our mission statement, ‘Aspire not to have more but to be more’, is a reminder that it is who we become that really matters. The five values of Honourable Purpose, Respect, Compassion, Co-operation and Stewardship are taken from the example of Jesus in the Gospels, and from the teachings of the Church. Encouraging a reflection on these values provides opportunities for our young people and staff to put the Gospel teachings into action each day and in doing so recognise our moral responsibilities towards each other, our neighbours and our common home.
The Chapel of All Hallows’ is a dedicated space for prayer, for the celebration of Mass and other Liturgies.
Our Lay Chaplain Mrs Livesey, provides pastoral care for our young people and our staff and practical support in equipping them to share the mission of the College and Church.
Our Parish Priests
We feel blessed to have Fr Martin Coyle, St Gregory’s Parish, Bollington and Fr Peter Burke, St Alban’s Parish, Macclesfield and St Paul’s Parish, Poynton who support the Liturgical life of the College through celebration of the Sacrament of the Eucharist and to a team of priests from across the deanery who join us to offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Our Chaplaincy Team
Our Chaplaincy Team is open to all students. Students meet weekly with Mrs Livesey to plan prayer activities for their peers, prepare and lead assemblies and visit our feeder primary schools to lead creative prayer experiences. They are actively involved in Catholic social justice campaigns and work with other chaplaincy teams across the diocese as members of Mini DASH.
Our Liturgical Choir
Our Liturgical Choir is made up of members from across all year groups. Who with their Tutor Mr. Thompson prepare and lead the music and singing for our liturgies.