Happy St George's Day! We hope you all enjoyed some dragon activities and we've enjoyed seeing some of them. Just a short update for you today.
Tomorrow is the feast day of St Fidelis of Sigmaringen, who although brought up to be a rich and successful lawyer, gave it all up to fight for the rights of the poor and needy - quite an inspiration in today's world. You can read his story here: https://www.franciscanmedia.org/saint-fidelis-of-sigmaringen/
It was lovely to have a poem from Mrs Dineen today (her own poem!) and we hope some of you have been inspired to have a go (send them in if you have). Tomorrow's story is a beautiful animal story chosen and ready by Mrs Conway.
A children's theatre company have put together a selection of traditional tales which are audio only. They're definitely worth bookmarking and will make an excellent bedtime story:
A Survival Guide for Parents
There quite a nice article here about how to support children and teenagers at home during the current lockdown - you may find it useful:
"Everything is going to be fine in the end. If it’s not fine it’s not the end."
Oscar Wilde (Irish dramatist and author)
Michael Lobo - Headteacher
Suzanne Friel - Deputy Headteacher