- Upholding the traditions of the Catholic Church,
- Embracing all denominations and religions as propagated through the 2 Vatican Council,
- Dealing with life-related topics during religious education classes and teaching spiritual values in all our daily interactions,
- Holding Eucharistic celebrations for all in the school’s hall once a term and Class Masses,
- Offering prayer and communion services regularly in the school’s chapel,
- Encouraging in learners, staff and parents times of quiet prayer in the chapel garden,
- Praying a Midday prayer as united school at 12 o’clock,
- Holding in-class morning assemblies thus setting a spiritual tone for the school day ahead,
From its inception, St Benedict School has been a family school where everybody is welcomed, no matter what background, both cultural or religious, and where mutual appreciation and love binds all together as a community of equals and friends.
Its unique character emanates from the spirituality of the school’s founders, the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood (CPS). Even today they try to bring to a world that so often creates deep wounds and pain a message of healing and freeing redemption.