Chaplaincy

School Chaplaincy in Tasmania

SU Tasmania employs chaplains in 83 primary and secondary schools across the state. Chaplains are an integral part of the support staff in schools, providing spiritual and emotional support to school communities: students, staff, and families. They are in the prevention and rescue business, helping students and school communities find a better way to deal with issues. SU Tas chaplains are funded by school communities, generous support from local churches and community organisations, and the National School Chaplaincy Program.

SU Tas chaplains are selected based on their qualifications and skills. Click here if you are interested in becoming a school chaplain or visit our FAQs for more information on the qualifications required.

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News – Call for Labor clarification on Chaplaincy

The peak body representing school chaplains has called on Bill Shorten to immediately clarify the ALP’s position on the National School Chaplaincy Program (NSCP) More….

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