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Meditation Music

As you may be aware, each day after lunch children have time to meditate and spend time with God. The music for this is below if you would like to coninue to use this.


PE live daily at 9:00am with Joe Wicks

Daily live streams for children


Physical activities that you can do at home

A list of websites including free online learning, nature websites, music, arts, cultures, well-being support

Free Virtual Tours of World Museums, Educational Sites & Galleries For Children

How to participate in Mass during the coronavirus outbreak

A number of churches in the diocese are live streamed and can be visited online at any time.

Amongst those Masses currently celebrated on live stream are on the below website:


Weekly Prayers and activities

Holy Week Resources

Lent Prayer Time at Home booklet

Further Mental Health and Well-being Resources and Support

Online resource bank

Online educational resources for schools and parents to help children to learn at home published by the DfE.


Maths daily tasks

Daily maths teaching and resources


Story book challenge

How many of the titles of these 20 children's story books can you work out?


BBC learning lessons

BBC learning starts daily lessons from 20th April 2020. They have worked with their colleagues in other parts of the BBC and education experts from around the UK to make sure everyone who needs it can access learning resources during this uncertain time. You can also expect some of it to be delivered by well-known faces.

The link is: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons?fbclid=IwAR1U4S8RSGtT-_rAZXwXAVlSGx5_fCX1A-CCk4mmQ455CV7vy1vKMimFByg

A guide for parents to aid well being for all the family during home schooling.

Top Tips to help with reading at home.


Practise reading at home


Oxford Owl free eBook library has been created to help children aged 3–11 to develop their reading skills at home. You’ll find books from Oxford’s most popular primary school brands including Oxford Reading Tree and Read Write Inc., as well as stories from Read with Oxford range, all available for free.

Browse the eBook library

As well as much-loved characters such as Biff, Chip and Kipper and Winnie the Witch, you’ll also find some great non-fiction eBooks to help your child explore their world. They have also added some books used in schools, such as Read Write Inc. and Oxford Reading Tree.

All their eBooks are free to use, but you will need to register or log in on the next page to read your book. Please note, the eBooks are not optimised for mobile phones and are best viewed on a computer, laptop, or tablet.


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