This month, TISCA is launching a survey of the impact of chaplaincy on past pupils of independent schools. The short survey is designed to explore how alumni would say that they benefited from their school having a Christian ethos.

Anyone who attended an independent school is welcome to contribute to the survey, whether they have a faith or not. You’re welcome to complete this anonymous survey yourself and please do pass it on to others who attended an independent school as widely as you like!

We hope that the findings of this study will inform and influence school chaplaincy for the future.

The survey is here: https://forms.gle/LugJ4MbCz7d772b3A

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