The quiet space, located on level 3, is for the use of individuals, rather than groups, for prayer, reflection and quiet time. It is available for everyone, whatever faith or none.
Students and staff are invited to use the space for their own private prayer, meditation or reflection. Private study is not permitted.
Students and staff are free to display notices giving details of where to find local places of worship and to display posters advertising religious or other cultural events.
Notices may be removed by the Head of Student Services if they are deemed to be unacceptable in their content.
Guidelines for the quiet space
Please respect this space by using it only for its intended purpose and observing the following:
- Be sensitive to the customs and needs of others
- Keep noise to a minimum
- Refrain from talking with other users
- Turn off mobile phones
- Do not bring food or drink into the room
- Do not use for private study or other work
- Leave the room tidy when you depart
Storage cupboard for personal items
The quiet space is simply furnished for the use of all. No religious imagery is permanently displayed. Users may, however, use religious items such as prayer-mats, icons, statues, etc., to assist with their devotions.
Students and staff may use the cupboard to store personal effects (such as those mentioned above), when these items are not being used. Any property left here is, of course, stored at its owner's own risk.
Please ensure you remove any personal items when you leave the space, or store them in the cupboard.
The quiet space is overseen by the Head of Student Services. If you have any comments or feedback, please contact email@example.com.
On the Peninsular
The Greenwich Peninsular Chaplaincy