At Chinchilla Christian College we provide Chaplaincy services through funding from the Queensland Government.
The aims of our chaplaincy services are to support the spiritual, social and emotional wellbeing of the students at our College. The Chaplain provides an opportunity for students to seek individual support, and also assists in organising programs within the College with the aim of supporting all students.
Engagement with the Chaplaincy services is on a voluntary basis. The work of the Chaplain is closely linked to the work of other support structures within our school in areas such as student management.
Our Chaplain is also able to refer students and families to other agencies where appropriate. Chinchilla Christian College is a Christian school. We teach Biblical Studies as part of our teaching and learning program. This subject is not part of our funded chaplaincy program.
If families do not wish for their child to have access to our Chaplaincy services, they should notify the College Principal in writing.
Each year, the College consults the representative parent body to ensure there is an ongoing endorsement for funded chaplaincy services.