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Online safety home learning have produced a set of home learning packs aimed at improving children's understanding of internet safety. Take a look at their website, selecting the appropriate age group for your child.

Celebrating the 5th Sunday after Trinity

Dear All, Our Gospel reading this week is the parable of the sower. This is the Bible story that Amberley Parochial School uses to illustrate the Christian values taught in school. So it should be a story from the Bible. There are many activities that go with this parable, sowing real seeds, cutting out seeds from paper and writing on them the Fruits that the Holy Spirit produces; love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control! This Sunday the church opens for worship. The church will look quite different. There are pews for families to sit on and seats for individuals and couples. There will be no singing. The service will follow the attac

Six fun online activities to boost your child’s digital resilience

The COVID-19 outbreak has increased our reliance on technology, and with that change have come fears that online risks are also growing – particularly for children. But while it’s true that things can occasionally go wrong online, most children only have positive experiences when using the internet. Even 20 years ago, the quarantine experience would have looked quite different, without the many benefits technology brings. As classrooms, offices and entertainment find their new online place in our lives, families have been embracing all things digital. This is a great opportunity not only to have fun, but to help your child build their digital resilience. Here, then, are some fun online activ

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