The following links will take you straight to the websites
Katie Hartle a member of the Tardebigge CE First School team in our very own family of church schools has uploaded an Easter Assembly to YouTube.
The Boys’ Brigade have launched a new programme to enable them to continue to reach out and engage children and young people with a fun and exciting programme of activities, with opportunities to learn, grow and discover in their own homes supported by parents / carers.
The Girls’ Brigade have launched free, weekly, online resources / activities, GB@Home, for different age groups of girls and young women to have a go at.
Diocese of Blackburn: A new video resource, ‘Off the Shelf’, is designed to be used in schools and at home with themes specifically relevant at this time. There are also picture posts and an RE resource in the making which will be available soon. Each resource asks big questions and challenges the viewer to reflect and make a response.
Diocese of Guildford: Resources which can be used both at home and in school.
Journeying with Jacob materials offer a five-week suite of worship resources for Primary and Secondary-aged pupils, at home. The resources are formed of Vlogs, questions for discussion / think pieces and creative prayer activities.
Guardians of Ancora, Scripture Union: This is a free game app (downloadable from AppStore, Google Play or Amazon AppStore), giving children and families the opportunity to ‘enter into’ Bible stories, then explore and adventure in the digital world. The Guardians of Ancora FaceBook page will post a daily idea for families and individuals.
iSingPop have made their songs available on their YouTube channel. These are great for engaging children at home or school. iSingPop are also planning some work to support home worship that should be coming soon, so watch this space!