Chaplaincy

The Chaplain is responsible for leading the spiritual life of the School. 

The role includes providing spiritual and pastoral support for members of the school community, involving students, staff and parents.

The Chaplain is available as a listening ear in the joys and tribulations of life, or for spiritual guidance and support when need arises within the community.

Our Chaplain, provides care for past and present students at both the Frederick Irwin Anglican School Halls Head Campus and Meadow Springs Campus by supporting them during times of need providing a visible Christian presence in the Frederick Irwin Anglican School community.

If you want to know more, you can also visit the Anglican Diocese of Perth's website

Reverend James Tabor

The Reverend James Tabor was previously Rector of the Parish of Pinjarra-Waroona and served as Chaplain in the Royal Navy for many years. Reverend Tabor has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Western Australia and trained for ministry at Oxford University, where he was awarded an Honours degree in Theology and has a Master’s Degree in Law. He is married and has three adult children.

Reverend Tabor is passionate about education and the development of faith and spirituality in young people; as a means of building resilience, self-confidence and wholeness. He enjoys bee-keeping, yachting and reading.