This website contains Religious Education units that relate Christianity to the world we live in. The units include activities, videos and other forms of multimedia. Click on the image to explore.
The Bible Project is a great website that engages students in the stories and figures of the Bible through comic strip animation videos. As there can be some adult themes in the Bible, it is recommended that you watch the video before showing them to your children.
Join people across our Archdiocese for daily Mass. Mass begins each day at 12:15pm.
Take a couple of minutes to stop, pray and be with Jesus.
Story Time From Space
Scholastic Learn at Home
Scholastic's free Learn at Home program includes 20 days' worth of curricula to help students continue learning when they can't access school. The daily lessons for pre-K through grade 6-plus include four separate learning experiences, built around a story or video.. The lessons last up to three hours, and can be completed on any device.
Parent support is recommended for junior years.
Wonderopolis is an informational site that asks and answers interesting questions about the world. Every day, a new "Wonders of the Day" question is posted, and each is designed to get kids and families to think, talk, and find learning moments together in everyday life. The questions cover dozens of categories from animals ("Why do skunks stink?) to cultures ("What is zydeco?") to history ("Who is Uncle Sam?") to science ("What is space?"). Click on any question to find facts, information, suggestions for exploring further, useful links, and videos.
The website contains a large selection of problem solving and mathematical reasoning challenges. Navigate the website to find tasks appropriate to your child's age, and either display them on the device or print them off. Have your child show their thinking on paper.
Origo at Home
Origo at Home is a site that provides guidance and instruction for continuing maths learning at home. It hosts a variety of recourses and activities to provide engaging mathematical thinking and practice for students.
An engaging range of hands-on math activities for children to enjoy at home.
Play a variety of fun Maths games for 3 -14 year olds.
Lunch Doodles by children’s author