Waikato Diocesan is a Special Character school where Anglican spirituality is central to how we worship and how we treat each other.
The All Saints Chapel is the heart of the school where students, staff and our wider community go for quiet contemplation and for regular chapel services. Boarders attend chapel every Sunday and the whole school worships together twice a week. Students' families are invited to join their daughters at social House services, which take place once a term.
Religious Education classes teach the girls about the Christian and other world faiths and about the moral issues they face in today's society. Senior students can achieve national qualifications in Religious Education.
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