b'10Chapel Committee We had mince pies and tea in the Lady Chapel afterwards where there was a great buzz of excitement as old friends were reunited. The students returned to school I am so grateful to my wonderful Chapel Committee for all the workwhere they were served treats in the Dining Hall. It was a lovely night out which we that they have done during the past year, including decorating thehope to repeat. chapel for special services, carol singing, organising our charity giving and leading the worship in their prayers and readings. I would especially like toWalk from Darkness into Lightthank Deborah Agbo and Ibrahim Doush for the hard work and great support(Sleep Out, Ice Cream Sunday and Confirmation events cancelled)they have given me over the year, always going above and beyond, whatever the task. As a result of the school closure in March, many of the usual events which take place in the final term sadly had to be cancelled. The Chapel Committee has been Andrew Whiteside doing an overnight Sleep Out on the streets of Dublin for the past 10 years and were It was wonderful to welcome a new colleague to chapel. Andrew is no stranger to disappointed not to be able to do it again this May. In the last few years, we have also KH, working as school archivist, son of former archivist, Lesley Whiteside, and formerparticipated in the Walk from Darkness into Light for Pieta House on the morning chaplain, Revd Robert Whiteside. Andrew took on a new role this year as Chapelafter the sleep out. Reader, having completed his training as a lay reader. He helped enormously in the chapel; assisting at services, preaching once a week, helping on Sundays, training the readers, and helping with Confirmation classes, as well as running his own extra services to commemorate important days, such as Martin Luther King Day. Carol ServiceAfter the success of the 350th Anniversary Service in St Patricks Cathedral last year, it was decided to have our annual Christmas Carol Service in St Patricks for the first time. It was a great success! We were able to bus all of the boarders into St Patricks where we were joined by day students, past pupils, parents, governors and friends in a packed cathedral for a wonderful service.'