Treloar Trust


Chaplain: Pastoral & Spiritual Guidance Coordinator

Role of the Pastoral and Spiritual Guidance Coordinator:

  1. To provide spiritual care and guidance to students of all denominations and faiths, responding to both religious and spiritual need. In addition, to respond to the spiritual needs of those without any particular religious affiliation. 
  2. To act as pastoral figurehead to students, staff and families.
  3. To ensure that the Chapel is kept in good condition and is accessible to all.
  4. To foster links with local churches and faith communities and encourage congregations to welcome Treloar students to their services and other activities.
  5. To contribute to assemblies at the School and to help organise and lead Services and other events that celebrate festivals, along with key landmarks in the Treloar calendar.
  6. To foster and develop links with the families of students and so provide them with support, particularly at times of stress and grief.
  7. To lead and organise services in celebration of the lives of deceased staff and students.
  8. Contribute to and help deliver staff Bereavement Training
  9. To contribute to planning and delivery of the R.E curriculum.

Other duties

 To support the Trust in safeguarding and protecting the welfare of all students.

 To comply with policies and procedures relating to safeguarding, health and safety, equality and diversity, confidentiality and data protection, reporting concerns to an appropriate person.

To maintain and develop own knowledge and awareness.

To undertake any other such duties or general tasks and hours as may reasonably be required.

A role description is not a rigid or inflexible document but acts to provide guidelines to the duties expected while in the post.

 

Mission Statement

The Treloar Trust provides education, care, therapy, medical support and independence training to young people with physical disabilities from all over the UK and overseas. Our aim is to prepare these young people for adult life, giving them the confidence and skills to achieve their full potential.

Our Vision

A world where physically disabled young people take control of their lives and achieve their aspirations

Our Mission

To enable physically disabled young people to achieve their aspirations by:

  • Providing personalised learning, therapy and care
  • Supporting transition into adulthood
  • Promoting independence and inclusion

Our Values

We are Inclusive

Everyone – regardless of physical ability, where they live or socioeconomic background – should have the opportunity to take part in life. We treat our Beneficiaries with the same dignity as their non-disabled peers and work to remove barriers in their way.

Our students and Beneficiaries are always at the centre of everything we do. Before we make decisions, we ask, “How will our students and Beneficiaries benefit from this?”

We act with Integrity and Respect

Physically disabled young people should be free to direct their own lives. We listen to young people’s views and support them to make age-appropriate choices about their daily life and informed choices about their future.

We celebrate and promote diversity, value and support each other, and treat everyone with mutual respect. We support a culture of openness, honesty and transparency, where the safeguarding of our students and wellbeing of our staff is paramount.

We strive for Excellence

Physically disabled young people and their families deserve outstanding care and support. We work to make sure all our services are excellent and actively challenge each other to ensure continuous quality improvement.

We continually innovate to ensure that our Beneficiaries receive the cutting-edge, excellent support they deserve.