Resources for Children and Families
If you are worried or upset and need help for yourself or a friend, click on the link for a poster with some top tips and contact numbers.
or visit our Wellbeingpage
FAITH AT HOME
The CofE is also launching #FaithAtHome on today (Thursday 30th April). This will be available to many children and young people through our partnership to provide collective worship with Oak Academy, and through church and school networks. It will offer people of all ages and faith backgrounds a chance to pause, think and reflect, and to rebuild lost habits of prayer and faithful reflection in the home.
These weekly 10-12 minute packages of video content will be available from 7th May.
The first can be accessed at www.churchofengland.org/faithathome
It's nearly a couple of months since Easter, when we remember Jesus being raised from the dead, but did you know that Jesus raised other people from the dead too? This week's story tells how Jesus was on his way to heal a young girl when he was delayed - find out what happened in Mark 5: 21-43.
Find the session here:
For more information on about Messy Church: Children
ACTIVITIES AND CHALLENGES
These activities come from the Education Department for the Dioceses of Winchester and Portsmouth. There are a lot of fun ideas, challenges and activities here - do please give some of them a go. These are this week's challenges but if
you would like to see more please go to Diocesan_Education_Department_-_Resources
Andy Poole, Headteacher at St Clement’s and St John’s Infant School reads Mr Big: https://bit.ly/35GFJa1
Jon Le Fevre, Headteacher at Pilgrims’ Cross reads his favourite book, The Gruffalo: https://bit.ly/2KO3qE0
Bishop Debbie (The Rt Revd Debbie Sellin, Bishop of Southampton) is reading “Can’t you sleep little bear” : https://bit.ly/2zevTAm
Archdeacon Peter (The Ven Peter Leonard, Archdeacon of the Isle of Wight) reads a story about bravery, Hiccup The Viking Who Was Seasick: https://youtu.be/jT6BOFlRj1w
Archdeacon Peter (The Ven Dr Peter Rouch, Archdeacon of Bournemouth) reads The Runnaway Bunny: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EeND0xAk-A
Revd Catherine (The Very Rev’d Catherine Ogle, Dean of Winchester) reads Smelly Louie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGQ6-cohFf8
Canon Andy (Canon Andy Trenier, Precentor and Sacrist at Winchester Cathedral) reads: Fender At The Harbour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fF3rPNJYebY
Titanic at Southampton’s Sea City Museum
There’s a virtual tour of Southampton's Titanic Story at Sea City Museum where you can also find a range of free online resources to keep learning at home fun, including activity packs to discover more about the RMS Titanic, the Mayflower
and more at : https://seacitymuseum.co.uk/online-activities
This amazing series of programmes about the natural world is now available to view for free. Netflix have now released all eight episodes on their YouTube channel, as well as a selection of other educational content for teachers, parents and kids.
More details HERE
Wild Worship Guide
Sparsholt Church of England Primary School
Easter Edition -
And for a bit of fun ...