Here you will find some useful information, links & resources that parents/carers can use at home, if your child is absent from school, wants to access extra work or it is a holiday period.
Bible Stories - This is a great way of sharing both Old and New Testament Bible stories with your child. The Bible stories can be shared in a number of different formats. At home if English is an addition language there is also a fantastic audio version of the story that you could share with you children. Apps are also available through this site.
Another fantastic way of sharing Bible stories with your children is to share them in forms of a video. The following two channels are both easily understandable and are fun to watch. Most bible stories are accessible through these stations.
Catholic Virtues and Values - The Father Hudson’s Care website has extremely useful links to Jesuit Values. These are the virtues and values that the children learn about throughout the different terms of the academic year. These links give great questioning ideas that can be used at home to further the children understanding of how to continue to be a virtuous catholic pupil.
Prayers at Home - Prayers are an important part of Catholic Life that you can share at home with your children, here a great resource that shares a wide variety of prayers that you could use at home as a family.
Prayers at Home - Another fantastic resource to encourage prayer within your home life. This resource is particularly useful as it can be taken another step forward with prayer activities that can be easily carried out at home.
CAFOD - CAFOD are constantly updating their resources so that they are current to events that are taking place during the Catholic calendar as well as within the current climate, whether it is Advent, Lent or Easter a wide range of resources are readily available. There are online games, quizzes, videos and much more to be explored.
Holy Communion Guidance - Here is an easy to follow guide for parents who have children preparing for the Sacrament of Holy Communion. With helpful explanations for you the parents so you can feel secure in the understanding of what your child is about to receive.