Warminster School welcomes pupils and staff of all faiths and denominations, or none. The School's Church of England foundation means that the Anglican tradition is central to its values and ethos. In the same way as the parish system ensures that every person in the this country, regardless of faith or background, can receive the ministry of Church of England clergy, so every member of the Warminster School community is able to count on the pastoral and spiritual care of the Chaplain.
All of the School's acts of worship are based on the Church of England's liturgy and traditions. The whole school community gathers in the nearby Minster church for a short service three times a week, and on Sundays the boarding community comes together in the school chapel. Whilst proselytising is never on the agenda, the promotion of traditional Anglican values such as integrity, tolerance and service most definitely is. By the end of their time at Warminster pupils will have become familiar with the patterns of the Church of England's worship, but what is more important to us is that they will have been shaped by its ethos.
Revd R Ayers-Harris