‘[The Logos Project’s work with] the Special Character groups of the school has… built a sense of community and brotherhood… [it] allows the boys to step away from the mentality of school life and take time out in reflection…
The feedback we receive from the group is that it makes a difference in the way they live out their everyday life.’ Rohan D’Souza, deputy head boy, St Peter’s College
Our Catholic Special Character work in schools supports students to deepen their faith and encourages active participation in their school and faith communities.
We aim to create space for young people to reflect within their school environment, and to work through challenges that they encounter in their daily lives.
These activities take different forms depending on the school and the context. They are based on the needs of the students and school, and are aligned to the school theme for the year, gospel values, thematic scripture and church teachings.
Contact Jen if you would like to talk about how our Special Character activities might work in your school.