Week beginning 31/03/2020
Educations teams from across every diocese in Wales have been meeting online over the last few weeks. The idea being to work together on activities and information which can be sent out to children and families across Wales. The resources are being produced bilingually and focus on hope. They will also include partnerships with organisations such as Christian Aid. Every Monday an idea for an activity that families could work on will be sent out.
We thought we would have a go at a twitter challenge. This week it is to create a scene from the Bible using Lego. This was inspired by children from Llansannor school who created a Lego last supper scene.
We would like to encourage everyone to take part. Please tag us on twitter with your entries.
Many churches are live streaming their services or offering a chance to meet through zoom. Please see information fromyour local church or click here to visit our website
Archbishop of York Youth Trust
The youth trust are currently offering some excellent ideasand resources for young leadership during isolation. For more information please see their website.
Some of your children may remember an event we held at Christmas time called All Star Kids. Simon Parry who runs the events has set up a channel which streams engaging child friendly videos, music and mini-series. Click here to view the website.
We have provisionally booked events at three venues this year, so we really hope to see Simon again at Christmas!
Stations of the Cross
At this time of year many of our school will visit their local church to walk the stations of the cross. As this isn’t possible this year Father David Morris, with the help of the children of St Paul’s CIW Primary school, has produced an online version which is available now on our youtube channel. Please click here for the link.
Please follow @llandaffed and @llandaffdio for additional information and resources