At Sacred Heart, the term “Class Apostle” refers to a pupil who is chosen or appointed to serve as a representative or leader within their class in matters related to faith and spirituality. The role of a Class Apostle is responsible for fostering a sense of unity, promoting spiritual growth, and encouraging their classmates to live out their Catholic faith.
Class Apostles engage in various activities, such as leading prayer services and reflections, leading class discussions on religious topics, encouraging participation in religious events or retreats, and liaising between their classmates and staff.
Class Apostles are selected by the pupils based on qualities such as leadership, maturity, and a strong commitment to their faith. Our Class Apostles are expected to be role models for their peers, embodying Catholic values and promoting a sense of community within their class.