New home learning pages from CAFOD – primary, secondary with weekly themes…

CAFOD have put together new home learning pages with prayers, learning resources and extended project activities to support children, young people and families at this time, so we can continue to learn about and from, and pray with, our global family.

To find resources for primary children: https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Primary-teaching-resources/For-home-learning

To find resources for secondary students: https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Secondary-and-youth-resources/Home-learning-for-young-people

Every week there will be a weekly theme, with prayers, learning resources, extended creative project work or a weekly community challenge.

You can also view or register for the weekly live Children’s Liturgy (Sundays at 10am): https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Children-s-liturgy

Adults can also continue their Lent journey online with CAFOD: https://cafod.org.uk/News/UK-news/Continue-your-Lenten-journey

CAFOD AND WORKING WITH OUR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

You are very welcome to join us on Thursday 19 September 2019 for our termly Education refresher training update which will be held in the Mostyn Room, adjacent to the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint David in Cardiff (right next door to M & S).

If you think would like to join our team of volunteers working in the Archdiocese of Cardiff, then get in touch

We’d love to have a chat and invite you in to the volunteer centre in the heart of Cardiff to tell you all about what’s involved.  It’s as little or as much as you want to commit.

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Catholic Schools across the Archdiocese Brighten up for Harvest

Pupils at St Joseph’s Cathedral Primary School, Swansea

Over the past few weeks, many schools from across the Archdiocese of Cardiff have been taking part in CAFOD’s Brighten Up for Harvest appeal.

Sadly, due to poverty and injustice, this harvest will not be bright for millions of children and young people around the world who will miss out on food, clean water and even on going to school.

But support from our Catholic schools is helping to change this and help to make the world a brighter place for communities living in extreme poverty as they find ways to overcome their many challenges.

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