The Religious Life of Our School

​The religious experience at Holy Spirit School is exceptionally enriching, offering our community avenues to align with our School Vision, Mission, and Motto ("To Know What is Right"). The essence of the Religious Life at Holy Spirit School is most aptly characterised by its associations with the following interwoven components:

  1. Religious Identity and Culture
  2. Prayer and Worship
  3. Social Action and Justice
  4. Evangelisation and Faith Formation

Throughout the academic year, we wholeheartedly embrace special days and celebrations as integral expressions of our Catholic Identity.

Nurturing our Catholic Identity​

Throughout the academic year, students will engage in and observe various religious ceremonies, including liturgies, class and school-wide masses, weekday masses at the parish, and masses/liturgies on feast days. By actively participating in the religious life of our school, students will encounter the presence of Jesus, forming the bedrock of our faith.

Daily Class Prayer

Within each class's routine, students actively partake in daily prayers. Teachers offer a variety of prayerful encounters aligned with the Religious Education Curriculum, the Catholic calendar, and the overarching theme set for the school year.​

Weekly Celebration of Faith and Learning Assemblies

On Thursday mornings, year levels come together to celebrate Mass in the parish. On Friday afternoons, the whole school community comes together to celebrate different year levels learnings and achievements.