Our chaplaincy team is led by our chaplain who is available to listen to and serve the needs of all within the school community. Our chaplain offers a listening ear, a loving heart and a wise mind in helping all to navigate their ways through the challenges of life. In addition, chaplaincy promotes positive relationships with each other, and with Christ, and offers a restful place of contemplation, prayer and reflection.
De La Salle School has a dedicated chapel which is used for school and community worship, and as a peaceful and safe space for all.
Each year group has its own weekly assembly
Masses are held on Holy Days and on special occasions such as the feast of St. John Baptist De La Salle (Founder's Day)
Students, parents and staff are invited to participate in evening celebrations in preparation for Christmas and Easter
Close links have been established with the Archdiocesan Youth Centre at Lowe House led by Fr. Simon Gore. Animate Youth work frequently with pupils at school and at Lowe House
Friday morning community Mass is held every week at 9.00am in the school chapel
Through RE lessons each class has the opportunity to meditate in small or large groups, especially encouraged before exams
Pupils are given the opportunity to participate in a variety of liturgical celebrations and retreats
If a school has a religious character, denominational religious education and the content of collective worship are inspected under section 48 of the Education Act 2005. The governing body of a school (or foundation governors in the case of a voluntary controlled school) is responsible for setting up the section 48 inspection and for appointing that inspector.
At De La Salle School, section 48 inspections are carried out by the Archdiocese of Liverpool Christian Education Department.
In the most recent inspection, De La Salle School was judged to be Good in its provision of Catholic Education.
You can read our section 48 inspection report here.