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​What is a school chaplain?

School chaplains support young people in one of today's most high pressure environments: the schoolyard. Chaplains provide a safe, positive influence for our children.

Chaplains, or 'chappies', provide spiritual and emotional support to school communities. They are in the prevention and support business: helping students find a better way to deal with issues ranging from family breakdown and loneliness, to drug abuse, depression and anxiety. They provide a listening ear and a caring presence for kids in crisis, and those who just need a friend. They also provide support for staff and parents in school communities.

Further Information from Education Queensland

For more information about the Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Service please read the Role of a Chaplain/Student Welfare Worker and the Policy Statement, updated 2015.



Please email if you would like to contact the Moggill State School Chaplain with any questions or concerns. Or she can also be contacted on her chaplaincy email: