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Chaplaincy Program

​Our school Chaplain Troy Juides, aims to provide spiritual, ethical and pastoral support to compliment other educational activities at Beachmere State School as we aspire to a 'commitment to success for all'. 

The Chaplain works within the school as part of our professional team by :

  • building relationships with students, families and staff
  • offering care and support to the Beachmere school community
  • being a mentor and positive role model
  • providing practical help for teaching and administrative staff
  • offering input into spiritual and life questions
  • providing a link between school and local community resources
  • participating in the community life of our school

 

Chaplains/student welfare workers are bound by the relevant provisions of relevant Queensland legislation including the Public Records Act 2002, Information Privacy Act 2009 and the Information (General Provisions) Act 2006.  When delivering services, chaplain/student welfare workers must also adhere to the Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Services Policy chaplaincy-policy-statement.pdf and other relevant departmental policies and procedures.