The development of spiritual values has become more urgent in this
world of confusion, change and excitement. It is these values which are critical for the development of a humane, flourishing and integrated human being able to cope successfully with the demands of a turbulent world.
While spiritual needs can be met outside the confines of formal religion, the spirituality of a faith-based school provides a firm framework for individual discovery, strength and purpose. The boundaries inherent in our Anglican school are clear and these allow for the development of true creativity. If the faith is one which promotes worship and prayer, love and compassion and if these values are intrinsic to the School, children learning in that environment should feel safe to express themselves without fear. Fear is one of the greatest inhibitors to learning. A child valued for whom she is grows in an understanding of herself and can learn to face the world courageously. The School welcomes and respects other religious beliefs. The Chapel stands at the heart of the School and is integral to the life of the School.