Rev Bosco Peters retires after serving as Chaplain for 24 years at Christ’s College

After 24 years serving as Chaplain at Christ’s College, I am retiring. Anyone who has worked in a school will know how intense, challenging, and hard work these years have been, but it has also been a most precious form of ministry and mission. Chaplaincy means one gets to know people really well – being with…

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Caro Willis to leave Chilton St James

When Caro arrived at Chilton, she brought with her a unique approach to RE and chaplaincy which blended theology and prayer, silence and wonder, with enormous amounts of creativity. Girls who have been a part of her time there are likely to always remember the stories they wondered over and the discussions her lessons gave…

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Haere Rā to Dinah Lambert

After 18 years at Te Aute, and time at Hukarere before that, Dinah will be leaving chaplaincy at the end of term one 2021. As she says, she’s loved it all, but it is time to journey on. Dinah has given tirelessly to the boys she has worked with, not only in chapel and RE…

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Michael Bennett to move on

Very sadly for us, Michael will be moving on from St Peter’s Cambridge from April 1st. Michael has done remarkable work in that school, bringing his deep, Christ-centred faith to students and staff in such a natural way that he has disarmed many who were skeptical and given hope to those who were seeking God.…

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Welcome Back to Gareth Walters

Reverend Gareth Walters We are delighted to welcome Gareth back to the Anglican Schools’ Network! We missed him when he took some years out to work in a parish, and are very pleased that he has been able to return to the role he brings so many gifts to. The School announced his return in…

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Welcome to Mannie Marara

Mannie Marara has been a part of our Anglican Schools’ network for years already, as a teacher at St George’s. However now we welcome him warmly as a chaplain. Mannie is starting at Hadlow Prep this year, and although we are very sad to farewell Philippa Young, it is great that we have someone of…

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Goodbye to the Rev’d Warren Watson, Easter 2020.

Warren has been a part of our Anglican Schools network for over 12 years. After 10 years of faithful chaplaincy at Dilworth he moved to King’s College at the start of 2017. As Warren put it, “For me a new direction away from school Chaplaincy and a return to Parish Ministry after over 20 years…

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