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Author: Mark Fuller

The word 'resilience' is heard a lot in educational circles these days, more so since the pandemic, when concern about children's emotional wellbeing and mental health has been put under the spotlight. We all want our children to thrive, both at home and at school,...

A baptism is one of the most joyous events to look forward to in your child’s early life. It’s also the first of several sacraments as a Catholic, and quite possibly one of the most important. Not only does a baptism lay the foundation for...

The Christmas adverts are out, the high-street is pumping out festive tunes, and letters to Santa are being penned. With Christmas edging ever closer, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and excess that the festive season brings. But amongst all the chaos...

Children by nature are inquisitive creatures. They yearn to understand the world around them, which includes themes of life and death. From as young as three or four it’s common for children to start asking about death, although it’s not until they reach school age (between 5 and...

Every Day Ways to Introduce Your Child to Christ When it comes to raising catholic children, there’s many ways to introduce Christ into their lives with ease. If you’re wondering how to explain Jesus Christ, or when to teach your child about God bible verses, look...